Echoworx Talking Security

14 Mar 2017

GDPR: Will You Weather the Security Storm?

You would think that simple and secure communication with employees and customers would be top of any financial services firm’s checklist, wouldn’t you? That the need for confidentiality and regulatory compliance had never been greater? Especially given that financial data has been among the most commonly exposed and stolen in recent breaches. Think again! Our survey last […]

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06 Mar 2017

What Does OAuth Mean to You?

Technically OAuth is short for Open Authorization, but it means different things to different people. Below is a summary of what OAuth means for enterprises and their customers using OneWorld Enterprise Encryption with OAuth. Improved end user experience: one fewer password to remember. Instead of creating another identity for message pickup, users will be able to authenticate with […]

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28 Feb 2017

Digital Document Delivery – Push Forward or Fall Behind

Your customers and partners want to receive their important documents and emails faster than ever before. They want them delivered in a way they can trust and are easy for them to access. And you’re the lucky one who needs to deliver on this. The objective for e-statements, also known as Secure Document Delivery is to […]

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15 Feb 2017

What is SAML?

Today, enterprise employees use a vast number of applications. These applications can be domestic in-house hosted applications or external partner/vendor cloud web applications. Seemingly, the use of the latter is growing day by day. 71% of organizations will be using cloud by end of 2017. -Gartner Security access to the in-house hosted applications is straightforward […]

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03 Feb 2017

Data Security: Boon or Bane?

Businesses today are increasingly, if not totally, dependent on digital communications.  But our race to embrace technology has a price: increased exposure to security threats. Viewing personal documents without permission is nothing new. We can trace it back to before the widespread use of computers. As computing became common, along with the advancement of internet, […]

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06 Jan 2017

A Welcome Reset for Citizen Privacy

Canada’s Public Consultation on National Security The notion that we are being watched digitally has, seemingly overnight, become something many people now accept as a fact of life in the modern, post-Snowden world. Much of the news around citizen privacy, as always, has been focused on the US, but are we on the sidelines? Canada is an […]

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27 Dec 2016

Quantum Computers, End of Cybersecurity?

Quantum computers have been making news over the last few years, particularly around how they can break encryption, but how serious is the threat and what is going to happen once a quantum computer is built? What is a quantum computer? In physics, quantum mechanics is a branch that investigates subatomic particles and the laws of nature that […]

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14 Sep 2016

How Can We Convert More Customers to Paperless Billing?

Ask anyone on the street, and they’ll probably tell you that using electronic, or paperless, billing and statements is a good thing. When introduced more than a decade ago, paperless billing was touted as an environmental savior; by driving more customers online to receive and pay their bills, fewer natural resources are used and less […]

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07 Sep 2016

A Single Vulnerability is all a Cyber Criminal Needs

We have been in a war against cyber criminals and data breaches since the 1900s when magician and inventor Nevil Maskelyne disrupted a public demonstration of Guglielmo Marconi’s purportedly secure wireless telegraphy technology, sending insulting Morse code messages through the auditorium’s projector. The situation has only gotten worse today. Millions of online transactions are done every day; […]

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09 Aug 2016

Fraudsters Hackers & Thieves!

It’s official: Most consumers do not feel like their private data is indeed being kept private. Looking around at the headlines, where high-profile breach after high-profile breach is documented, the lack of trust in data security is no surprise. Whether it be through a corporate breach, where consumers’ confidential information is revealed as part of thousands […]

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22 Jul 2016

Ahead of the Market, Ahead of the Competition

Echoworx has achieved its third consecutive year of more than 30 per cent growth, outperforming market predictions. “As a privately owned innovator at the forefront of the encryption industry we’re proud that Echoworx continues to outperform market expectations,” says Echoworx COO Harry Enchin. “We are uniquely positioned and this has contributed to our company’s exceptional performance.” The global market […]

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27 May 2016

First the IP Bill, Then What?

In the face of democratic debate, against all the clamoring voices of human rights organizations, global tech firms such as Facebook and Google, lawyers, journalists, and a host of academics; it seems that with regrettable flippancy, the Investigatory Powers Bill will be passed later this year. The UK government’s plan for mass surveillance opens the door […]

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