Tag: encryption

In the wake of massive hack, Senator Wyden rebukes Twitter for lack of DM encryption

If you haven’t yet heard about the Twitter hack, you probably haven’t been on Twitter. Or the Web. Or watched the news. It’s been all over the past couple of days so I didn’t really feel the need to cover it here. That said, when Senator Ron Wyden says something, it suddenly has immediate relevance for folks. And he commented today on how the lack of encryption on Twitter DMs could mean that those messages were accessed from compromised accounts.

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Your encryption challenges just got a heck of lot easier with InnoVault, a Tozny toolkit

Encryption. Important? Super important. Easy? Not at all. In fact, it can often be one of the biggest headaches that developers face today. That’s why folks at Portland startup Tozny are looking to simplify encryption for everyone. With offerings like InnoVault.

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Confused about encryption? Ken Westin can help

One of the things I most love about Portland is that we’ve got more unassuming expertise per capita than any town on earth. Tons of super talented people. But you’d never know it. Because they keep a low profile. So whenever one of them raises that profile a bit? I’m going to celebrate that. Like when Ken Westin decides to start a podcast on encryption. Read More

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