Quantum Computers: Why IT Security Policy Must Evolve
“The quantum computing age is growing ever closer – and it could render current encryption systems obsolete. These risks could also prevent this technology’s true value from being realized. Addressing this issue requires action at the national and global levels – now.”
U.S. Federal Government IT Security and Privacy
“The most obvious place the government excels is in the area of encryption. The reason for this is largely due to a mandate from the Homeland Security Department that all U.S. Government sites be encrypted, but the standard should still be the same for any site.”
via Internet Society
Enterprise Blockchain: The 4 Critical Considerations
Digital assets and blockchain solutions are revolutionizing business operations across industries. As your enterprise shifts from proof-of-concept to production-grade implementation, leaders will seek technological solutions that include advanced security and scalability.
How to Resist Cyber Crime and an Internet of Threats
According to the latest worldwide market study by Juniper Research, the cost of data breaches will rise from $3 trillion each year to over $5 trillion in 2024 — that’s an average annual growth rate of 11 percent.
Protecting Customer Data is a Top Challenge for CMOs
The proliferation of data breaches is happening at a time when marketers are becoming more reliant upon user data. In a survey of 226 CMOs worldwide, 42 percent of respondents said that protecting customer data is one of their top data-related challenges.
Strong Encryption is Essential to Our Security, Not a Barrier
Internet trust and secure communications are critical for growing the economy, spurring innovation, and promoting the free exchange of ideas in the United States. Any weakening of encryption will compromise the security of all users, stifle innovation, and reduce trust in the Internet.
Source: Internet Society
How the Quantum Internet is Going to Secure Our Data
Through what’s known as quantum encryption or quantum cryptography, people would be able to send “unhackable” data over a quantum network. This is because quantum cryptography uses a mechanic called quantum key distribution (QKD), which means an encrypted message and its keys are sent separately.
Source: World Economic Forum
Mainframe Industry will Flourish at a CAGR of 10.8 Percent
“Current mainframes can perform many illustrations of operating systems at the same time. According to a recent study, the global mainframe industry market is expected to flourish at a CAGR of 10.8% during the forecast period from 2017 to 2025.”
Source: Research N Reports
How Mobile Streaming Media Encryption Drives Disruption
According to the latest worldwide market study by ABI Research, apps enabled with content encryption eliminated nearly 60 percent of the traditional video and audio optimization market in 2015.
Source: Digital Lifescapes
Rising Demand for Encrypted Mobile Communications in U.S.
Mobile communication apps will continue to be disruptive in the telecom sector — in particular, market development for the encrypted open-source Signal app from Open Whisper Systems will be the one to watch in 2016.
Source: Digital Lifescapes
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