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Data stored and transmitted by devices today are often sensitive in nature. This includes data relating to both the users and the enterprise. It is important that device data is properly protected so that an attacker cannot read or modify it. As well as appropriately protected, so that it is not stolen or tampered with. Without data encryption, all our digital information would be available to everyone. Cyberattacks today are disastrous for both corporations and individuals.

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10527274277?profile=RESIZE_400xA new cryptographic era is beginning where quantum computing will be able to break the encryption that underpins our entire digital society, this warning coming from Ms. Anne Dames, distinguished engineer at IBM.[1]  Speaking at an IBM press tour in Poughkeepsie, New York last, where Dames told journalists that “there’s a lot to be concerned about” when it comes to the potential threat of quantum attacks.  “We believe there will be a time when quantum computers can break the cryptographic protec

10266909088?profile=RESIZE_400xRansomware is a constant thorn in the side of cyber security professionals worldwide.  Hive Ransomware stormed onto the scene in June of 2021 and in their first six months, from June to December of 2021 they managed to compromise 355 companies.  The group made headlines for targeting IT, real estate, and healthcare organizations, prompting an FBI Alert sharing the Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTPs) and Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) associated with the group in late August.

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