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    The latest version of Google’s OS, Android Nougat, has new security features such as file-level encryption. But it’s only available for Google Nexus devices right now.

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  • UK firms act quickly to fix payment card data encryption

    found that the 16 global companies had failed to effectively encrypt traffic to the payment portion of their websites and apps

    WAshford10,065 pointsBadges:
  • Protect your business by encrypting the network

    Enabling encryption across different points of the network can provide significant protection from the most advanced of attackers

    ITKE434,585 pointsBadges:
  • What are your experiences using PGP encryption?

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  • PGP collision attack on Linux creator highlights flaws with short IDs

    A PGP short ID collision attack on the creator of Linux brings to light a flaw that experts have known about for years with short ID keys.

    Michael Heller2,650 pointsBadges:
  • PCI DSS 3.0 still weak on encryption, says WinMagic  

    PCI DSS V3 does not go far enough on encryption, says full-disk encryption software firm WinMagic

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  • How does WinMagic SecureDoc compare to other top FDE products?

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  • WinMagic SecureDoc: Full-disk encryption product overview

    Expert Karen Scarfone examines the features of WinMagic's SecureDoc, a full-disk encryption product for laptops, desktops, mobile devices and servers.

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  • Researchers claim to have broken SSL/TLS encryption

    Two security researchers claim to have found a way of breaking the SSL/TLS encryption that is widely used to guarantee the reliability and privacy of data exchanged between web browsers and servers.

    WAshford10,065 pointsBadges:
  • Obama hints at tougher stance on encryption

    The White House has begun raising concerns with tech firms over terrorists' use of encryption and social media as president Obama signals he plans to urge tech firms to help

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