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Regulated encryption isnt possible heres what is – POLITICO Europe

In their opinion piece The last refuge of the criminal: Encrypted smartphones (July 26), Catherine De Bolle, executive director of Europol, and Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., district attorney of New York County, made their case for regulated encryption, arguing that law enforcement investigations are becoming increasingly difficult with so much evidence locked away in encrypted communications.

We do not doubt encryption presents serious investigative challenges for law enforcement. However, this solution would set a dangerous precedent for users fundamental rights and privacy. But that doesnt mean theres nothing to be done.

On paper, the idea that we could allow highly regulated and targeted access to a criminal or terrorist communications is appealing. The problem is that there is no such thing as regulated and targeted access when it comes to end-to-end encryption (E2EE).

Backdoors to encryption are like chinks in an otherwise impenetrable chain once youve opened up a vulnerability, you cannot choose who can exploit it.

Encrypted communications are, therefore, only as strong as their weakest point, and experts have cautioned that any vulnerabilities in the encryption protocol means risk of exploitation by criminal actors, including terrorists and violent extremists. A backdoor for law enforcement to monitor criminal communications is also a backdoor for criminals to monitor any communications.

At Tech Against Terrorism, our research has shown that backdoors to encrypted communications would actually have a negligible effect on deterring terrorist activity: Terrorists are highly mobile online and would be quick to migrate to services unwilling to cooperate with law enforcement if screening E2EE communications or backdoor access became legal requirements.

That is not to say there is nothing law enforcement can do to combat the threat of encrypted criminal communications. The forensic use of metadata which includes sender and receiver identification; IP address; basic subscriber information; date, time and location data and the frequency with which specific phone numbers contact each other is a burgeoning area of investigation that both preserves the privacy of communications and enables law enforcement to collect robust evidence.

Before we undermine fundamental rights and freedoms, we recommend legislatures commit proper funding for research on how metadata can be used to identify criminal actors using E2EE services, acknowledging that any risk of infringing on the right to privacy should be proportional to its aim and inscribed in the rule of law.

Otherwise, we will have gained nothing in the fight against terrorism but lost everything in the fight for privacy.

Adam Hadley Director, Tech Against Terrorism

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Work from home and cloud are prompting hard looks at security – GCN.com

INDUSTRY INSIGHT

Its no surprise that the past year has seen increased attention in network security. The pandemic-driven growth in telework has brought with it growing security threats, and the continuing rise of ransomware attacks has agencies taking a hard look at their security protocols. Add in the recent Executive Order on Improving the Nations Cybersecurity, which calls for implementation of zero-trust initiatives (among other things), and the environment seems right for greater adoption of multifactor authentication and cloud-based access.

However, despite the clear advantages of MFA in securing access to important data, adoption lags considerably in the federal market compared with the private sector. The need for government to catch up in that technology will only increase, as the cloud continues to change even the most basic ways that agencies connect with users and stakeholders.

This position, and others, has been echoed in a recent threat survey report titled Accelerated Cloud Transformation and Remote Work. (Note: This report was commissioned by Thales.)

How COVID caught federal IT security off-guard

COVID-19 has driven permanent changes to the government workforce and has accelerated the adoption of the cloud as the requirements of pandemic isolation prompted both remote working and a re-examination of how branch offices are composed.

Unfortunately, a considerable number of federal agencies were caught without a plan when COVID-19 forced the work-from-home change. According to survey findings, over three-fourths of respondents said they were unprepared to some degree, and only 15% responded as having been very prepared.

Consequently, cybersecurity dangers are top of mind as these agencies navigate the hazards of working from home. Nearly half of respondents said they are somewhat concerned about the security implications in remote work, with 46% also saying that privacy and security were the most important investments during the pandemic. That was considerably more than those who prioritized investment in infrastructure/cloud (30%) and investment in distributed (hybrid) cloud (24%).

These responses suggest the federal government should work harder to deploy basic security solutions like MFA. The reality, however, is that even though zero trust and similar initiatives are being pushed by the current administration, MFA adoption is still lagging behind other security tools such as network and endpoint security in the enterprise.

MFA, encryption, key management and tokens: The tools of the security trade

In this years survey, 52% of federal respondents claim to have adopted MFA, versus 62% in the U.S. overall. The government would do well to benchmark against other industries where MFA and other identity-related security measures are becoming more common, such as retail and financial services.

Perhaps because of the sluggish adoption of MFA, less than half of respondents were somewhat confident of their current remote access security product to secure their networks from the risk of employees working from home. Most organizations still use VPN and VDI to access applications, with 40% using conditional access. Conditional access was followed closely by 37% using zero trust network access/software-defined perimeter or cloud-based access management.

As for the most-used choices to protect data in the cloud, encryption, key management and tokenization top the list. Just over one-quarter of respondents store more than half of their data in the cloud. More than half of respondents indicated up to half of the data that is stored in an external cloud is sensitive. Whats alarming about this is that 39% of respondents have experienced a data breach involving data and applications in the cloud. An even higher number (45%) experience a breach or failed an audit involving data and applications stored in the cloud in the past year alone.

Encryption in the cloud might be a more widely adopted means of securing data across networks, but for the fact that most organizations are using multiple cloud services. The most varied cloud usage is in software as a service, with 39% of respondents using more than 50 SaaS applications and one-third using 26-50 SaaS apps. That pattern of cloud usage could pose challenges for managing encryption keys across multiple providers.

Change is coming in the form of increased adoption of zero trust, both because of the work-from-home phenomenon and the recent White House executive order. Nearly one-third of respondents said they have a formal strategy embracing a zero trust policy, outpacing the U.S. with 25%. According to survey responses, organizations with a formal zero-trust strategy are less likely to have been breached.

What have we learned from all this? First, security strategies must be agile to respond the growing sophistication of hackers bent on breaching government IT systems. Nonetheless, as work from home and the cloud take root in the security landscape, these solutions must still be flexible enough to deal with the hybrid ecosystem of infrastructure, applications, data and users.

Cloud computing and hybrid environments add considerable complexity to good security strategies. Looking ahead, both security controls and security management will need to extend to cloud in ways prevent each cloud environment from becoming its own isolated realm.

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Lloyd Mitchell is president of Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies.

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Atakama and Spirion to announce their strategic partnership at Black Hat 2021 – PRNewswire

What: Black Hat's Innovation City is a designated area in the Business Hall that offers turnkey displays, enabling early-stage companies to showcase their products and solutions to Black Hat USA attendees.

When: August 4-5, 2021

Where: Las Vegas, and online via the exhibitor portal

Atakama's passwordless encryption solution eliminates the biggest threat facing organizations today - ransomware and data exfiltration. Each encrypted file receives its own unique AES encryption key with 256 bits, which is fragmented into components and distributed across multiple physical devices. The file is available only to authorized users, which they can unlock through a multi-factor approval process. By encrypting every file with its own unique encryption key, Atakama renders a breach almost completely useless.

For more information and to see a demonstration of the solution, please visit http://www.atakama.com/business or contact us at [emailprotected]

About AtakamaAtakama Inc. provides advanced encryption software powered by distributed key management. Atakama encrypts granularly at the file-level, helping companies prevent data exfiltration, secure sensitive information, and comply with regulatory requirements. By using advanced threshold cryptography, Atakama does not rely on passwords or other identity and access management systems, thereby eliminating dangerous dependence on traditional federated and roots-of-trust-based security models. With Atakama, attackers are blocked from accessing data even when user credentials are compromised, and when networks are under attack.

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Spirion and Atakama Join Forces at Black Hat 2021 Conference – MarTech Series

Attendees are invited to see demonstrations on classifying and protecting sensitive data through multi-factor encryption and to stay for cocktails at Mandalay Bay

Spirion, a pioneer in data protection and compliance, and encryption software companyAtakama announced that they will demonstrate an integrated solution for classifying and protecting sensitive data through multi-factor file-level encryption atBlack Hat USA 2021.

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The unique combination of Spirions highly accurate data discovery and classification, together with Atakamas granular, file-level encryption, enable security teams to simplify and strengthen enterprise rights management. It also removes end-user burden by automatically identifying and encrypting sensitive data, at the individual file level, without reliance on usernames or passwords.

On Wednesday, August 4, conference attendees that visit both the Spirion booth (#1272) and Atakama booth (#IC36) will be eligible to receive an encryption key shard giveaway. The special encrypted key shard will entitle visitors to attend a cocktail event at Mandalay Bay that evening. Details will be disclosed at both booths.

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Encrypting sensitive data is of the utmost importance, but most organizations dont know where to begin. You cant protect what you dont know about, said Scott Glazer, CRO of Atakama. Our partnership with Spirion allows our clients to accurately identify the volume and value of their sensitive information and remediate their vulnerabilities through Atakamas unique approach to file level encryption.

The surge in cloud adoption and modern remote work policies have obliterated the perimeter, requiring new strategies for data protection, said Jen Holtvluwer, Chief Marketing Officer at Spirion. We are pleased to partner with Atakama to reinvent enterprise rights management by enabling the appropriate level of encryption on a file-by-file basis depending upon the sensitivity of the data.

How the Spirion-Atakama Solution Works

The solution starts with Spirion scanning and identifying sensitive data located on-premise, in the cloud, or on endpoints. Once discovered, sensitive files are automatically encrypted by Atakama according to policy, with each file receiving its own unique AES 256-bit key. Each key is further divided into fragments and distributed across physically separated devices to eliminate a single point of failure. The file is available only to authorized users, which they can unlock through a multi-factor approval process. By encrypting every file with its own unique encryption key, Atakama renders a breach almost completely useless.

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Looking for ways to password protect a file or folder on Windows 11? Here’s how you can do it – India Today

In order to keep the files and folders safe from malicious viruses and others, it is crucial to password protect your files and folders. While Windows offers a login password that has a basic level of protection and helps in keeping the data saved on the computer, some risks are still there.

It is important to password protect the files and folders on Windows so that unwanted people don't see your personal stuff. Not many know that Windows has built-in support for basic password protection, though it's not intended for enterprise use. So, if you're looking for a quick and effective way to password protect a file or folder in Windows 11, we've got you covered.

Here are some steps to password protect a file or folder in Windows 11:

Step 1: Go to File Explorer to find the file or folder you want to protect.Step 2: Right-click on the file or folder that you want to protect.Step 3: Now, select properties.Step 4: After that, click on Advanced.Step 5: You'll be taken to the Advanced Attributes menu for the file or folder.Step 6: Choose the settings you want for this file or folder.Step 7: Now, under the Compress or Encrypt attributes option, click on the Encrypt contents to secure data.Step 8: Now, click on OK.Step 9: In the case where you're only trying to encrypt, instead of a folder, you will be greeted with an encryption warning.Step 10: Choose to encrypt only the file if you wish and click on OK.Step 11: Now, you will be taken back to the parent folder properties.Step 12: Click Apply to apply the changes, and click OK to verify to encrypt the file and the parent folder.

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XSOC CORP’s SOCKET Receives UL- 2900 Certification for Securing Encrypted Workflows of Today’s Enterprise and Industrial Connected Devices – Business…

IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--XSOC CORP today announces that its symmetric key exchange product, SOCKET, has received UL 2900-1 Certification.

The rapid and secure exchange of symmetric encryption keys is the most critical component of the decryption process when utilizing symmetric encryption to secure data. SOCKET can meet both the scalability demands of todays newest IoT, IIoT, IoBT devices, as well as speed and security demands required for use in OT/ICS environments that manage Critical Infrastructure.

Existing methods such as Kerberos, digital certificates managed using the Public Key Infrastructure process, and the complex infrastructure need for Quantum Key Distribution, dont even come close to SOCKETs flexibility and usability.

Attaining UL 2900-1 certification opens a plethora of new SOCKET integration opportunities and demonstrates to our software developer and hardware manufacturer partners that SOCKET is ready for immediate integration and deployment.

The UL 2900 Standard

UL 2900-1, the UL Standard for Software Cybersecurity for Network-Connectable Products, was published and adopted as an ANSI (American National Standards Institute) standard in July 2017. Certification and compliance with the ANSI/UL 2900-1 standard ensure that SOCKETs risks, software vulnerabilities and weaknesses, and security controls have all been evaluated and have passed ULs lengthy and thorough certification process.

SOCKET for Industrial, Commercial and Modern Devices

SOCKET can be used as a standalone (out-of-band) method of symmetric key transfer for legacy devices in an industrial (IT/OT) or commercial wireless security environment. Modern streaming video cameras in a warehouse or embassy can also include SOCKET. SOCKET is an ideal companion to the XSOC Cryptosystem which provides a secure solution for symmetric key exchange, enabling security in environments where TLS (SSL Certificates) are undesirable or infeasible. For the technically inclined, SOCKET may be thought of as an N-Tier version of Kerberos / X.509 technology, a 20-years advanced version of symmetric key transfer that does not have a single point of failure. Additionally, SOCKET allows API clients to designate any of the available NIST B-Suite algorithms for direct use in the underlying cryptokey transmission protocol.

Alternatively, SOCKET can be utilized in near-field / radio frequency (RF) and wireless transmissions that support hardened encryption security closed-circuit, limited-distance or intermittent ad-hoc network environments. Examples include securing drone-to-drone communications, tactical encrypted walkie-talkies, and other similar (battlefield) type environments that require rapid setup and tear-down.

We are extremely proud that SOCKET has received UL 2900-1 certification, said Richard Blech, XSOC CORP Founder & CEO. Our engineering and scientific teams have designed an extremely scalable and robust mechanism that can be used by a wide spectrum of devices to securely exchange and decrypt information where other processes just arent viable.

For more information on UL 2900 certification:https://ul-certification.com/news/new-standards-raise-the-bar-on-cybersecurity

For more information on XSOC CORP:https://www.xsoccorp.com/

About XSOC CORP

Founded in 2018, XSOC CORP is based in Irvine, CA, with a senior management and technology engineering team that has developed four ground-breaking products in the areas of advanced, optimizable, symmetric cryptosystem encryption, both local and global symmetric key exchange mechanisms, and an optimized, high-performance, secure transmission protocol.

These four products; XSOC, SOCKET, WAN-SOCKET, and EBP are ideal for OEMs, systems integrators, military/law enforcement/government markets, IoT, IIoT, ICS/ Critical infrastructure environments, or in any environment where the security, integrity or availability of data are critical. The company goes to market via OEM partnerships, ISVs, Systems Integrators, Cybersecurity Resellers, via modular license agreements.

To become a sales partner, email info@xsoccorp.com and use sales partner in the subject field.

For more information on XSOC CORP, email info@xsoccorp.com, on the web at https://www.xsoccorp.com or via Twitter @XSOC_CORP

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Apple @ Work: FileVault 2 is so good, theres no reason for IT departments not to use it – 9to5Mac

Apple @ Work is brought to you by Mosyle,the leader in modern mobile device management (MDM) and security for Apple enterprise and education customers. Over 22,000 organizations leverage Mosyle solutions to automate the management and security of millions of Apple devices daily.Request a FREE accounttodayand discover how you can put your Apple fleet on auto-pilot at a price point that is hard to believe.

Apples design for enterprise security strategy has done a lot to quell the frustration with enterprise security. When Apple built the kextless security endpoint, it was saying that employee experience matters. One of the reasons people have always hated their work computers is because they were a pain to use. Truthfully, many Windows environments have so much bloatware added to protect the employee from installing things they shouldnt and verifying compliance that the employees have trouble doing their job. Apple took a different approach with how it implemented security and how it built its MDM protocol. Over the next three weeks, I will take an in-depth look at three of them.

About Apple @ Work:Bradley Chambers has been managing an enterprise IT network since 2009. Through his experience deploying and managing firewalls, switches, a mobile device management system, enterprise-grade Wi-Fi, 100s of Macs, and 100s of iPads, Bradley will highlight ways in which Apple IT managers deploy Apple devices, build networks to support them, train users, stories from the trenches of IT management, and ways Apple could improve its products for IT departments.

There are multiple innovations that Apple has implemented on macOS that have served enterprise customers well without compromising security or functionality. This week, I want to dive into three critical parts of Apples security strategy in the enterprise to see how some of their innovations have led to better acceptance from CISOs, CTOs, and CIOs. First, this week, I want to look into FileVault 2.

FileVault 2 has been a crucial part of enterprise customers, ensuring that data stored locally on computers cannot be accessed if the machine is lost. It uses XTS-AES128 encryption with a 256-bit key to ensuring data cannot be accessed without authorization.

FileVault made its first appearance in OS X Lion and is still being used today. Personal users can enable it under the Security & Privacy tab in System Preferences. Still, it can also be enabled through a mobile device management vendor to be force-enabled for all machines in your fleet. The recovery key can be stored securely in your MDM as well.

When people running Windows think about full disk encryption, they probably believe it will slow down their computer. With macOS, you barely know its running. Initial encryption happened in the background and only when your Mac is plugged into AC power.

When encryption is finished, youll restart your Mac, and your Mac password will unlock your disk and allow your Mac to finish unlocking itself. FileVault 2 requires that you log in every time your Mac starts up, so no account can log in automatically.

IT departments should enable FileVault 2 on all their computers because it will ensure that sensitive company data cannot be accessible even if physical access to a machine is gained. When verifying security for compliance reasons, FileVault 2 is a must-have.

There is almost no performance loss, but there is a lot gained in terms of security. End-users will likely never know theyre using FileVault 2.

All Macs with the T2 chip already have their hard drives encrypted even without FileVault 2. Its still recommended that FileVault 2 gets enabled, so automatic log-in cannot be enabled. The only time you dont want to use FileVault is for Macs in shared areas (school labs, etc.).

Almost all MDM vendors now will integrate with FileVault 2 and make the integration of enabling and reporting back the recovery a turn-key process. Because its accomplishing a vital security task of encrypting all data on the disk when the machine is locked without noticeable performance impact for the user, its highly recommended for all enterprise IT departments.

As we continue with this series, youll notice a key aspect of Apples enterprise security strategy: implementation without performance impact.

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The Future of Industrial Security – Security Today

The Future of Industrial Security

Power, efficiency raise the security stakes ever higher

In the new world of modern industrialnetworking solutions, the securitymeasures to protect a network mustmatch the pace of innovation acrossmany industries, including mining,oil and gas, agriculture, transportation,heavy construction, military, municipalities,and government.

With Artificial Intelligence (AI), theIndustrial Internet of Things (IIoT), androbotics, integrated and intelligent systemshave been devised that offer novelways of incorporating new assets into anetwork. With more systems becomingintegrated, the line between digital andphysical infrastructure has become increasinglyblurred. As the power and effi-ciency of connectivity solutions improve,the security stakes are raised ever higher.

It is for these reasons that, in realterms, a compromised network representsa significant threat to mission-critical systemsthat keep people safe from harm, aswell as jeopardizing sensitive data. Datadeserves protection from malicious actorsseeking to steal from, subvert orotherwise interfere with vital industrialoperations. Given the significance ofthe problem, the industry is increasinglyturning to networks with encryption optionsand unwavering reliability to solveto this very problem. To stand up to theescalation of the cyber war CSOs andCISOs are searching for secure networkingsolutions to provide the kind of protectionthey now require, which must oftensupport mobility and autonomy.

The Rajant ES1 also earned SecurityTodays Govies award for platinum-levelIntelligent Communications. As a result,Rajant Kinetic Mesh is well-establishedas being a best-in-class offering forCSOs and CISOs in their arsenal of toolsto reduce the risk from external threats,all while managing security effectively ata degree of efficiency that was previouslyinaccessible.

THE BEST OF MESH NETWORKS

Rajants Kinetic Mesh networks are builtto provide multi-level, robust security toprotect network traffic, even as network topologiesevolve. As a result, Rajant can offerresilient, intelligent, and secure wirelessbroadband connectivity, and the KineticMesh solution shines in environments nottypically suited to traditional connectivity,such as mobility-driven locations, includingports, mines, energy plants and railyards.

This article originally appeared in the July / August 2021 issue of Security Today.

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Global Encryption Software System Market Size And Forecast to 2021 2027 analysis with key players : IBM, Microsoft, Sophos ltd, Gemalto, Net App Inc,…

The report on theGlobal Encryption Software System Market Research Report Covers, Future Trends, Size, Share, Past, Present Data and Deep Analysis, And Forecast, 2021-2027market documented by Zion Market Research (ZMR) means to offer a coordinated and orderly methodology for the major aspects that have influenced the market in the past and the forthcoming market prospects on which the organizations can depend upon before investing. It furnishes with a reasonable examination of the market for better decision-making and assessment to put resources into it. The report analyses the elements and a complete detailed outlook of the main players that are probably going to add to the demand in the global Encryption Software System market in the upcoming years.

The top Major Competitive Players are :IBM, Microsoft, Sophos ltd, Gemalto, Net App Inc, Hewlett- Packard, Vormetric, Oracle, Intel and Symantec.

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Cloud Encryption Software Market Size 2021 Industry Demand, Share, Global Trend, Industry News, Business Growth, Top Key Players Update, Business…

The global Cloud Encryption Software Market (2021-2026) report identifies Market Sales by geographical analysis, product type, and product applications. Market research study on Cloud Encryption Software analyses product sales, price, margin, and growth (regionally volume).

The historical and current scenario of the Cloud Encryption Software Market is examined in this market research report. The report gives prediction till 2026 about significant business prospects and a strong industry focus.

The Global Cloud Encryption Software market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 40 % over the year 2021-2026

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Key Prominent player of Cloud Encryption Software Market

Trend Micro, Ciphercloud, Symantec Corporation, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Google LLC, Sophos, Voltage Security Inc., CyberArk, Safenet, Hitachi Vantara, Boxcryptor

Competitive Landscape

January 2018 Vodafone announced a partnership with Trend Micro to launch an endpoint security suite for the business, namely, Vodafone Super Shield. The solution is equipped with advanced enterprise-grade features, which include USB port blocking, URL filtering, and full disk encryption. These features are expected to help companies protect critical business data from a multitude of threats, including malware attacks, ransomware, spyware, phishing websites, and data thefts.

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North America Occupies the Largest Market Share

North American region is one of the largest economies of the world and holds a major share of the global cloud encryption software market. The cloud encryption software market is expected to witness rapid growth in this region as data privacy and security is becoming one of the major concerns for companies in this region, thus, driving the market. This region has witnessed some high-profile data breaches in the past few years which have resulted in an outrage on companies providing cloud services, as the privacy of user data was compromised. This compelled various firms to tighten their cloud security and implement better encryption solutions. Moreover, similar breaches have forced many companies to invest highly in better encryption software. This data loss concern is expected to drive the market for these encryption solutions

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