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Hojt Communication AB
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Consulting in Security, Mobility, Internet of Things, XaaS and clouds
Consulting in Security, Mobility, Internet of Things, XaaS and clouds

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While enterprises are rightfully encrypting cloud-based data, 42% of organizations indicate they will only use keys for cloud-based data-at-rest encryption that they control themselves: Hyker.io.
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There is most definitely a case for an easy to use and end-to-end encrypted cloud storage for sensitive documents. https://konfident.io
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Trusting the network to handle all your security needs is a dangerous strategy. Again, and again there are flaws and vulnerabilities surfacing. End-to-end Full Lifecycle encryption is the remedy.  
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Traditionally cybersecurity has been about lock down and prevention. Digitisation requires a change in mindset. Cybersecurity must be a business enabler, following the digital assets wherever they are. Enabling business while still maintaining control. Hyker provides an important piece of the puzzle, Full Lifecycle Encryption.
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GDPR would most probably have been applicable in this case, even though it was US citizens data that was misused. But, we will have to wait for the finer details of GDPR to be tried in court to know for sure. Until then it is probably wise to assume that it would be applicable or risk facing that huge fine.
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"It's vitally important that suppliers and third parties that will be handling sensitive data not only agree to protect that data, but also be able to demonstrate that they are doing so"
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A backdoor is a backdoor. Thinking it will only be accessible by the right authorities is like putting a sign on your backdoor at home: "Burglars, please use front door. Backdoor only for residents"
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Had the Facebook incident taken place after GDPR’s implementation on 25th May, the company would have been liable for a much more sizeable fine, up to 4% of its revenue.
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Facebook really is the bad guy. They even steal the data that you thought only Google harvested.
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