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Jack M. Germain
OpenPGP Studio Keeps Prying Eyes Off Your Personal Data
09/18/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1189 Words

GoAnywhere OpenPGP Studio is an easy-to-use, cross-platform desktop tool by Linoma Software that protects files using the OpenPGP encryption standard....

Richard Adhikari
NSA Breaks Data Encryption, Tech Firms Break Trust
09/07/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 658 Words

Users can turn to end-to-end encrypting technologies such as PGP and S/MIME, which "appear to be strong and safe," or to startups such as Silent Circle and , which offer highly secure end-to-end encrypted products, the CDT's Hall said.


Dietrich T. Schmitz
5 Ways to Improve Your Privacy Online
07/30/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1831 Words

The good news is that encrypting email is technically feasible using GnuPG, PGP or S/MIME standards, for example. The bad news is that few software applications are in circulation that make preparing and sending encrypted email "drop-dead" simple and foolproof in terms of...

John P. Mello Jr.
Take the 5th? Not With Encrypted Hard Drives, Says Fed Judge
01/25/12 8:31 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 637 Words

After failing to crack the PGP encryption on the drive themselves, prosecutors demanded Friscou decrypt the drive for them.

Although the Constitution prohibits the government from compelling persons to incriminate themselves, self-incrimination is largely limited to "utterances." So prosecutors can't force someone...

Rachelle Dragani
Dropbox Security System Doesn't Lock Down Files, Says FTC Complaint
05/17/11 11:03 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 556 Words

The former chief technology officer of PGP Corporation cited security concerns and company lies as reasons for getting rid of his account in a tweet last month.

Not all experts believe this is a sign of the times. Two Dropbox competitors, Spideroak...

Richard Adhikari
Cities of the Future, Part 3: Cloud Quandaries
04/06/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1093 Words

"We're still struggling with getting hold of this concept," Phil Dunkelberger, president and CEO of PGP , said in a keynote speech at RSA 2010 in San Francisco last month.

When there's a data breach or the data of city residents...

Erika Morphy
Just Because I'm Paranoid Doesn't Mean My Mac Is Secure
06/25/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1446 Words

The heterogeneous nature of computing today is an important security consideration, echoed John Dasher, director of product marketing for PGP Corporation .

"Like it or not, most enterprises are heterogeneous regardless of the particular OS standard they have adopted," Dasher told...

Brian R. Hook
Can SMBs Live Without Mobile Security?
05/27/09 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 884 Words

However, company-wide distribution is becoming normal, even at smaller firms, said Doris Yang, product manager of mobile products at PGP .

"Additionally, mobile device hardware has advanced over the years, increasing in both storage and connectivity abilities," Yang told the E-Commerce Times.

Walaika Haskins
Microsoft Hands Cops a Crowbar for BitLocker
04/30/08 3:40 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 859 Words

If they go after PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) and other encryption tools out there, I'm not sure this will crack it," Brewton...

Andrew K. Burger
The Cost of ID Theft, Part 2: Fixing the System
02/06/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1119 Words

The average customer churn for businesses surveyed that had suffered a breach was 2.67 percent, noted Kevin Bocek, director of product marketing for encryption firm PGP .

"Even back in 2005, consumers took data breaches seriously: 20 percent of US consumers that...

Andrew K. Burger
The University's Role in Advancing Data Encryption, Part 2
11/01/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1063 Words

"There is a 'productization' of the technology, where it is being used to protect USB thumb drives, shared and virtual storage environments, and throughout the supply chain," PGP President and CEO Phil Dunkelberger told TechNewsWorld. "Encryption is also being used with nanotechnologies...

Katherine Noyes
Thieves Boost Info on 64,000 Ohio State Workers
06/15/07 2:00 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 672 Words

"Most everyone agrees that the only true way to defend data in any medium is to encrypt it," agreed Phillip Dunkelberger, president and CEO of data protection provider PGP . "I'm glad the state of Ohio was already following that best practice."...

Erika Morphy
Google Playing for High Stakes in Fight With Feds
01/23/06 3:11 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1053 Words

Individual Names Are Next
"That is the crux of the matter," said Andrew Krcik, vice president of marketing for PGP , a provider of encryption and privacy-related software products. "The government could conceivably ask for individual names of people who...

Susan B. Shor
Desktop Encryption Developer at Work on VoIP Security
07/28/05 11:41 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 452 Words

The man who helped safeguard e-mail with his Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) desktop encryption program is now at work on ensuring...

Jennifer LeClaire
Mozilla Issues Firefox Fix
07/21/05 9:02 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 489 Words

Specifically, Enigmail PGP , security software that enables e-mail encryption and other features, does not work in the 1.0.5...

Susan B. Shor
Cisco, Yahoo Propose Anti-Spam Technology Standard
07/12/05 1:21 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 415 Words

Software companies SendMail and PGP worked with the others on DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM), which works through public key cryptography. Each message gets a signature, which can then be checked for authenticity by verifying the originating domain and whether the message has been...

John P. Mello Jr.
Developer Raps Linux Security
01/11/05 8:35 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 698 Words

"What we are told to do currently is to e-mail vendor-sec, which is a large list of people involved with vendors that will handle security issues," he explained. "However, they cannot be trusted (just recently the uselib() exploit was leaked or stolen from vendor-sec) and they cannot be communicated with securely (they have no PGP ...

Jennifer LeClaire
Safe, Secure Holiday Shopping
11/30/04 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 824 Words

"We use PGP encryption for all customer-sensitive information. We don't store any personal customer information on the Web server , so it can't be hacked. That's all spelled out in our Security Guarantee."

Consumer Confidence on Rise
Gartner principal...

Elizabeth Millard
Digital Signature Concerns Emerge
08/18/04 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 667 Words

Certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology in 1992, SHA-1 is used in programs like PGP and SSL , as well as in the U.S. government's Digital Signature Standard.

The conference's reports have prompted organizers to develop a Webcast...

Jay Lyman
Tech Companies Team Up for Internet Security
02/26/04 10:24 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 634 Words

"Of the many disparate groups dealing with IT security , none has cyber security as its only mission," said Entrust CEO Bill Conner, whose firm is among other alliance members BindView, NetScreen, PGP Corporation, Qualys, RSA and Secure Computing Corporation.


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