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What Does 'Making America Great Again' Mean to Data Privacy?

The Commander in Chief promises to “make America great again”. Issues like American jobs and national security are top priorities for U.S President, Donald Trump. As his agenda begins to manifest, Toyota found itself in hot water. The car company was publically criticized by Mr. Trump for its plans to invest in a new plant in Mexico. Their stocks immediately plummeted by...

CloudMask to Exhibit at RSA 2017

Please come by and chat with us at  South Hall #2820 - Use discount code XE7CANADA1 for free expo entry – a $175 value CloudMask is a patented SaaS security platform, running on Endpoint, transparently intercepts and analyzes data to identify and mask private information. The intercepted data may belong to...

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...

End-to-End Google Security with CloudMask

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 only...

Your data privacy is on the line

Your data privacy is under more of a threat than ever. In the age of cybercrime, cyberwarfare and cyberespionage, the average consumer might feel as though they are safe from hackers. There are bigger fish to fry, right? Unfortunately, your data privacy is under more of a threat than ever, as everyone from cybercriminals to government agencies and major tech companies...

US firms and the growing risk of cyberespionage

Cyberspace has no boundaries or borders, and this spells trouble for corporations around the world. Cyberspace has no boundaries or borders, and this spells trouble for corporations around the world. In an attempt to stamp out cyberespionage, governments are creating agreements dedicated to preventing cybercriminal activity and promoting better cyberawareness on both a...

Man-In-The-Cloud (MITC) attacks; risk and solution

MITC attcks allow cybercriminals to access data and documents stored in popular file synchronization services such as Google Drive. Cloud storage has slowly but surely become the best method for sharing, backing up and remotely accessing data in all forms, from Word documents to movies to sensitive, personally identifiable information. So, given Google's position in...

Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act back: What this means for businesses

Consumers and organizations should be worried about their cyberprivacy and data security if the CISA bill passes Senate this week. With the U.S. Senate set to go on recess for the remainder of the summer, consumers and Internet users rejoiced, assuming that the judgment over the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act would be delayed to the fall. This would give...

The Canadian Digital Privacy Act (Bill S-4): What it all means

Bill S-4 or the Digital Privacy Act or An Act to Amend the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act is the Canadian government's latest attempt to reform PIPEDA, and it was passed into a law as of June 18, 2015. After a tumultuous 2014 and a similar start to 2015, the Canadian government approved changes made to the Personal Information Protection...

Customer confidentiality: 3 ways to take care of clients' data

It is up to lawyers and their employers to protect the confidentiality of their clients, maintain the integrity of data and ensure that information is readily available without compromising security. Technology has always been a double-edged sword, and cloud computing is not an exception to this rule. The use of cloud services and hosted infrastructure has dozens of...

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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