Tag Archives: encryption

Encryption Gets Broken All the Time

There are always researchers and hackers looking to break encryption algorithms. In fact, there are regularly a series of challenges against the very commonly used RSA algorithm. Recently, the RSA-250 challenge was completed with the algorithm being factored, albeit with … Continue reading

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Mongodb Encryption

The last decade has seen a number of new database platforms get implemented in a variety of organizations. Most of the newer popular platforms have been NoSQL (Not Only SQL) products, and one of the first that became quite popular … Continue reading

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Encryption Libraries

One of the ways we work to implement better security is through the use of encryption. I remember the early days of PGP, VPNs adding end to end encryption, IPSec becoming available, and more. I was excited to see column … Continue reading

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Secure Enclave Concerns

We worry about security as data professionals. It’s a constant issue, though it seems that so many of the data breach issues come from simple mistakes. We have lots of automation, configuration as code, and more. These days we should … Continue reading

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