TechForward readership, I am elated to be back in the saddle talking to and with each of you about Cutting Edge Technologies. Over the last group of weeks we have experienced tremendous growth in our mobile technology and encryption firm and we see tremendous upside potential in the Houston and Texas market as a whole. At the end of the day, you must apply efficiencies and scale coupled with effective time management to achieve all ambitions. To that end let’s get it tech-cracking! Today and over the next month I will write a series on Security and Encryption technologies and how it applies to CyberSecurity (Internet & Mobile). For those who may or may not be on the Internet, in a Technology-Cloud, Tunnel or on a Mobile device note, Security & Encryption is not an option but rather a requirement in the digital spaces. Without security, you, your data and family is at risk of being compromised.
With so much happening in the world today intertwined with the number of security credit card breaches such as Home Depot, Target and TJ-Max just to name a few, it is easy to be paranoid. With concerns such as credit card breaches, hacking, data breaches, government spying, drones, individuals and companies are seeking better ways to protect themselves, families and data. Many are turning to “Encryption”, a method of encoding messages or information in such a way that only authorized parties can read it. Encryption does not itself prevent interception, but rather denies the message content to the inceptor. In an encryption scheme, the message or information, referred to as “plaintext”, is encrypted using an encryption algorithm, generating “ciphertext” that can only be read if decrypted which is only enabled with the decryption-key.
Encryption is commonly used to secure online banking, bill payments online, credit card processing (PCI Compliance) or when logging onto companies private networks to name a few. However, for the average computer users, Encryption remains a mystery. Here is Tech-insights through TechForward to help the readers unlock the under and over-standing. How does Encryption work?
During the early war days Germans used a machine to turn military messages into symbols and coded strings. These days, computers running complex or difficult mathematical formulas and calculations can do the same thing the Germans did but much faster and the codes are much more complex and harder to crack or decode. Next, we will take a deeper dive into what Encryption is used for. Can I encrypt email? Can Encryption really protect my data and from being hacked? How do I get started and why isn’t everything Encrypted? IF you need Encryption or Security services as a consumer or company then please contact Mobile Encryption Technologies (http://www.mobile-encryption.net) or @ 404-829-3066, a true Mobile Solution and Encryption firm.
We value your readership and hope this series will take your mind to next levels of thinking around Encryption Technologies.