By Courtney Nash November 23, 2016 The O’Reilly Security Podcast: Randomness, our dependence on entropy for security and privacy, and rating entropy sources for more effective encryption.
Data isn’t half encrypted – there’s no shades of grey When we think about cryptography, we tend to think in black and white. Cryptography feels definitive, binary, clear-cut. Data is either encrypted or it isn’t, readable or not – useful or useless. Digital signatures either validate or they don’t – messages are authentic or not. […]
Keys – the only thing that separates the attacker from your encrypted data When we think about cryptographic keys we tend to think about closely guarded secrets. Some keys really are treated with the appropriate level of respect. Those of you in the payments industry or those that have deployed a PKI, know all too […]
Boston (November 18, 2016) — Whitewood, a developer of crypto-security solutions, was honored with a 2016 R&D 100 Award. The award recognizes the top 100 technological advances of the past year, as determined by a panel selected by R&D Magazine, in the IT/Electrical category. Entropy Engine was also a finalist in the Special Recognition Market […]