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How to evaluate and select the best encryption services

Encryption is necessary after all, so the only discussions about this technology and these services should be about choosing a solution. When to comes to truly protecting data, encryption is a no-brainer. In fact, some industry regulations require that businesses and associations encrypt specific information. Health care is a great example of this, but organizations in...

How to protect your Gmail and Drive from surveillance, Google & when your login is compromised?

    Over the years, Google has emerged as the world’s largest collaboration and business use platform. It has nearly a billion subscribers and a complete application ecosystem that comprises email, file storage, calendar, office applications and business collaboration capabilities. Most of these services can give small and medium businesses capabilities that match those...

Living the Age of Hackers Anxiety

Many consumers and business are anxious about the security of their information, both on their own devices and on business networks. While they worry about being hacked, they continue to engage in risky activities. According to a recent survey published by Arbor Networks, 75% of adults say they are concerned about their security, privacy, malware and websites tracking...

What does it mean to have a cybersecurity certification?

If businesses are certified in a certain category, they earn the right to flaunt that achievement in hopes of it attracting clients.if businesses are certified in a certain category, they earn the right to flaunt that achievement in hopes of it attracting clients. Since cybercrime is clearly not going away anytime soon, the business world must now deal with data...

Where are your encryption keys and who has control over them?

All entities should ask “Who controls the key?” when using encryption services. Data breaches have become far too common, and as a result, the world is smartening up in regard to cybersecurity. While organizations have acquired and deployed numerous data protection tools and services, one method stands out from the rest: encryption. In fact, encryption is so powerful...

Unencrypted, accidental email leads to data breach

Despite corporations investing heavily in data protection, small errors can have big consequences, and a lack of email encryption will certainly lead to data leaks, loss and theft. It's been a long 2015 in regard to data security, but there are still new breaches being discovered and reported in these last two months. Despite corporations investing heavily in data...

Health care: Most valuable data, least investment in data security

Recent reports suggest that health care firms fail to properly invest in strong data security. Cybercrime is no joke, but many organizations still don't take data protection seriously. Unfortunately, recent reports suggest that health care firms are among those businesses and associations that fail to properly invest in strong data security.  According to CNBC - which...

Cloud services and their inherent risk to data security

Cloud security is the biggest hurdle preventing businesses from going all in on these services. Cloud services are now a fundamental component of enterprise IT infrastructure. Between the cost efficiencies, the ease of deployment and the mobility that these solutions offer, it just makes sense in today's corporate world to rely on hosted hardware, databases and...

Personal data protection: What's your data worth?

Your data is valuable. Data security is not just a concern for corporations with millions of shoppers' payment card numbers and valuable intellectual property. As a consumer, you also need to implement data protection solutions if you want your personal emails, private information and sensitive data to stay out of the hands of cybercriminals, the government and data...

PCI compliance in the cloud: The responsibility of data security

Any organization that deals with payment card data must comply with the Payment Card Industry's Data Security Standards. Cloud computing provides organizations with a way to reinvent their IT systems, replacing legacy hardware with services that scale according to business needs. Nowadays, the cloud acts as a differentiator between the best and the worst businesses, but...
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CloudMask provides end-to-end encryption for emails, files and applications. Only those you explicitly trust can decrypt and see your data in clear; Not hackers, Cloud Providers, Government Agencies, or even CloudMask. Twenty-six government cybersecurity agencies around the world back these claims.

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