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One Hot Mess: Encryption, Dating and the Betterment of Privacy Protection

One Hot Mess: Encryption, Dating and the Betterment of Privacy Protection

Would you feel comfortable sending personal information over email without encryption? Feel shy answering ‘Yes?’ You’re not alone. In fact, nearly 50 per cent of people choose to share sensitive…

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Quiet before the storm: CLOUD act

Quiet before the storm: CLOUD act

Recent developments in the court case between the US Government and Microsoft have impacts to companies offering services globally.   The Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data Act (CLOUD Act) aims…

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Encryption, helping address GDPR compliance

Encryption, helping address GDPR compliance

As of May 25, 2018, all companies dealing with personal data in the European Union (EU) must be employing a high level of security to safeguard EU citizens’ information. Under…

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Is there a certainty to security?

Is there a certainty to security?

Many companies think that once they have a few tools deployed to control their perimeter they are done.  But how effective are these tools that they have deployed? The choice…

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How bad is bad? Mexico’s threat landscape

How bad is bad? Mexico’s threat landscape

Mexico is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, focused in employing technology to spur businesses forward. But this dependency on technology comes with a dark side – businesses are significantly…

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Spectre and Meltdown attacks, think the sky is falling?

Spectre and Meltdown attacks, think the sky is falling?

Like most companies, Echoworx is aware of the recently announced vulnerabilities impacting most modern microprocessors.  We wanted to take a minute to provide the following guidance on the Spectre and Meltdown attacks…

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Trust Me: Be the Good Bank

Trust Me: Be the Good Bank

Financial services are faced with the challenge of delivering their customers with an online experience that goes far beyond just a website.

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Indecent Exposure and Robotic Hacking

Indecent Exposure and Robotic Hacking

Even if we won’t share certain photos, many of us will ignore 21st-century common sense and share other extremely personal information by email, just because a bank, broker or other…

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Getting Personal: Trust, New Lovers and the Internet

Getting Personal: Trust, New Lovers and the Internet

You may have readily shared personal information in an online form or in an email, with a cyberspace entity you don’t know. A new survey, commissioned by Echoworx and conducted…

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