Category Archive for "Privacy"

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Email Encryption: What if You’re on the Receiving Side?

From a usability perspective, email security providers often spend a lot of time talking about the end-user experience as it relates to employee adoption. This makes sense because the employees of the organization that is purchasing the security product are

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It’s Time To Do Away with Paper Forms: Leveraging Secure Web Forms

Despite their shortcomings, paper forms continue to be used to collect all sorts of information including highly sensitive data for a host of purposes from legal to financial to healthcare. Collecting confidential client information by having clients fill out forms

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Email Encryption Happened On Facebook So It Must Be Real

It isn’t real until it happens on Facebook. Most of us have heard or said iterations of this tongue in cheek expression in one form or another. It is, of course, in reference to the power and influence social media

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No One’s Off Limits: The Increasing Value of Email Encryption

The Amazon email scam, which involves hackers sending malicious emails to Amazon users in an attempt to access their cryptocurrency (encrypted digital currency like Bitcoin), is a reminder that no one is off limits. While certainly not every person or

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Human Error: The Greatest Threat to Data Security

Much of the buzz around cybersecurity issues faced by SMBs and enterprises is related to the idea of an obscure shadowy figure hidden in a basement somewhere typing madly on a keyword. While the external threat of criminal activity should

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Secure messaging aside, why Hillary Clinton isn’t that different from us

Back in 2012, this photo of Hillary Clinton (apparently) texting on her smartphone took the Internet by storm, and “Texts from Hillary” joined the ever growing pantheon of Internet “memes”. The thought of potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton texting and

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Cirius Blog in CanadianHealthcareNetwork.ca

Update: For our readers who have a subscription, an adapted version of this article was recently published on CanadianHealthcareNetwork.ca. ****** Closing the Door on Patient Data Breaches – One Email Message at a Time Sometimes million dollar problems can be

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Closing the Door on Patient Data Breaches

Sometimes million dollar problems can be solved with simple solutions. As one of the most common collaboration tools available today, email also represents a huge Achilles heel for healthcare organizations who may find themselves under investigation for inadvertently leaking patient

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Data jurisdiction and what it means for cloud providers

Last week, our Senior Vice President of Business Development, Cameron Burke, contributed an article to SC Magazine UK on the increasingly important topic of data jurisdiction and what it means for cloud providers. Have a look at the SC Magazine UK

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Have Secure Messaging Your Way

When many security professionals think about cloud-based secure messaging, they assume they may have to sacrifice customization in order to enjoy the benefits of the cloud. That is no longer the case. Cloud-based secure messaging does not have to be

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