encryption Tag

AWS announced that it has acquired Wickr, a team collaboration service offering end-to-end encryption for highly secure communications. Wickr’s service provides text-based messaging, as well as voice and video calling for 1:1 and group conversations. It also offers optional on-premises deployments and file sharing. AWS...

What’s the news? March 22, 2021 – Zoom released a video Software Development Kit (SDK) that lets developers leverage Zoom’s HD video, audio, and other interactive features to build video-based applications with native user interfaces. Developers can improve customer experience, create new revenue sources, and bolster...

What’s the news? March 23, 2021 – RingCentral has acquired Kindite, a company delivering encryption technologies for cloud-based applications. RingCentral notes that Kindite’s technology will allow it deliver “enhanced security capabilities, including end-to-end encryption.” Kindite’s Zero Trust security model ensures that customers retain control of their...

Before you rush to implement work-from-home, take some time to understand your security needs, and ensure that solutions in use support them. The rush to work from home as a result of the coronavirus pandemic has led to a rapid adoption of video-based meeting services, often...

In my previous blog I discussed the five components of a successful video governance strategy: Assessment, Access, Encryption, Approval, and Retention.  I discussed best practices for addressing each of these areas, but didn’t address the “how.” How you enforce security, governance, and retention policies requires a critical...

As enterprises adopt team chat applications, IT leaders should examine security tools. End-to-end encryption, for example, can provide key access to messaging servers. More companies are now using team chat applications, such as Atlassian HipChat, Cisco Spark, Microsoft Teams, RingCentral Glip and Slack. As a result,...