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When is a Lock, Not a Lock?

January was an interesting month for cryptography. The UK Prime Minister made some very strong statements about digital communication, essentially calling for strong encryption to be shirked by providing law enforcement with a back door. The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) announced the deprecation of several Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS), one […]

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Half of All Email Systems will be Replaced in Two Years

Today, Zimbra announced the results of the Ponemon Institute’s “The Open Source Collaboration Study: Viewpoints on Security and Privacy in the U.S. and EMEA” report. Sponsored by Zimbra, the study surveyed 1,398 IT and IT security practitioners to learn about their companies’ involvement in the use of open source messaging and collaboration solutions, and their […]

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Microsoft Ruling a Setback to Data Privacy?

For any organization that relies on cloud-based email, there is an important legal decision that may affect your company’s data privacy. In the most recent round of judgment against Microsoft, there are noteworthy remarks from US District Judge Loretta Preska and lawyers for the US Justice Department. “It is a question of control, not a […]

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New On-Demand Webinar: Zimbra and Mailguard Address Critical Email Security & Privacy Questions

Data privacy and security are major concerns for companies of all sizes and verticals. With the rising number of security breaches and Edward Snowden blowing the whistle on government overreach at the NSA, we have a new awareness of just how exposed our communications are. According to a study by Dell, these security breaches cost […]

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