As the fallout continues from Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks, many businesses and users are looking at encryption tools to bolster data privacy.
However, over the last two weeks NIST and RSA warned the market against the use of widely implemented encryption algorithm because it may harbor a ‘backdoor’ accessible to the NSA.
Just how safe is encryption?
Listen to Episode 98 of our Security Slice podcast and hear Tim Erlin, Lamar Bailey, Tyler Reguly and Craig Young discuss the differences between proprietary and open-source encryption, the business implications of government data access, and why recent news stories on privacy erosion should be taken with an adequate supply of salt.
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- Security Slice: Welcome to Open Source Warfare
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