Echoworx Talking Security

21 Jun 2019

Encryption in Healthcare Recruitment: Gain an Edge in Your Headhunting

Whether it be higher pay, tax-free incentives or just a chance to see the world, lures for healthcare professionals to relocate internationally are as numerous as they are attractive. And, from nurses to doctors to medical technicians to a whole plethora of crucial background staff, international hospitals and medical organizations require massive amounts of skilled [...]
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14 Jun 2019

Thinking Inside the Box: Addressing Internal Cyber Vulnerabilities

In cybersecurity, it’s easy to become obsessed over external malicious factors and lose sight of the whole picture which includes internal vulnerabilities. When it comes to cybersecurity, the best defense includes shoring up your internal defenses because many critical vulnerabilities are too close to home for comfort. What is an internal cyber vulnerability? A vulnerability [...]
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07 Jun 2019

Holy Ship! Why Digital Transformation is Taking the Shipping Industry by Storm

In Medieval Italy, sea merchants invented the bill of lading to confirm receipt of all goods in a shipment. Hundreds of years later, many international shipping firms still rely on paper bills of lading for this same purpose. But paper-based transactions are falling out of favour in shipping, especially with shipping and logistics start-ups coming […]

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05 Jun 2019

Securing Silos: The Case for an Omnichannel Approach to Digital Government

What if government worked like a business? What if a bureaucrat in one department could communicate seamlessly and securely with a politician in another?  What if departments could work collaboratively on procuring contracts? When a government embraces a digital first strategy, effective secure communications serve an important function for their system to operate in a […]

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29 May 2019

Secure Digital Communications for a Digital First Government

In addition to caring for its citizens, a good government communicates with and listens to its citizens’ questions, concerns and comments. But, in today’s digital world, where private sector corporations are lightyears ahead, a government cannot effectively communicate with constituents via snail mail. From the internal costs associated with printing and stuffing envelopes to the […]

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21 May 2019

The Wireless Government: Why a Digital Government is a Better Government

From large conglomeratic banking institutions to massive global shipping firms, the world’s ‘upload to all-things-digital’ continues at breakneck pace. And so does the patchwork list of regional, national and even international privacy regulations dictating who can and how to do business in this brave new digital world continue to grow. But are governments at-risk of […]

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10 May 2019

The Importance of a Consistent Encryption Experience

Producing real change isn't based on one-time occasional actions, but is rather the product of careful consistent processes. This mantra can be applied to our digital world, where the adoption of new technologies only truly takes hold when people actually use them - particularly when it comes to cybersecurity solutions. The cybersecurity benefits that come [...]
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03 May 2019

How to Make a Business Case for Encryption

Worldwide, more than 290 billion emails are sent every day. In enterprise-level organizations, digital communication is a competitive advantage over snail mail because it’s faster, cheaper and easier to deploy. But cost savings can disappear the instant an organization experiences a data or privacy breach, which is all too common. In 2018, 4.8 billion records [...]
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24 Apr 2019

Insider Cyber Threats? Closer to Home than You Think!

For enterprise-level organizations, it’s no longer enough to protect data and systems from nefarious external agents. Organizations must also implement defensive measures to protect themselves from something much closer to home: insider threats. Internal cyber attacks happen inadvertently or on purpose. We want to share the four types of insider threats and some defensive measures […]

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21 Apr 2019

Encryption in Healthcare? Improving the Prognosis of Data Security

Healthcare organizations collect, manage and distribute an enormous amount of medical and personal information and they’re constantly at the mercy of budget constraints and cuts, which leaves them vulnerable. On top of that, healthcare is the only industry where more breaches happen because of insider threats than outside malicious agents[i] and it’s tied for first […]

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03 Apr 2019

Why Customer-Centric Encryption Matters in Financial Services

Before message encryption became mainstream with its incorporation into popular messaging platforms, like WhatsApp, and into deep-reaching, headline-grabbing international privacy regulations, like the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the financial services industry could usually get away with using overly-complex data security options which were not user friendly. Customers simply didn’t know protecting their data […]

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