We saw trophies, t-shirts, and even bobbleheads that center around their relentless approach to web application security. Plus too, Jeremiah is from Maui so that was a double bonus for us.
When I wrote a guest column for Pacific Business News earlier this year, I wanted to describe what I felt was the best solution for solving email’s biggest problem in 2015: the transmission of unencrypted email across the Internet.
Having been involved in the industry since 1999, I’m well aware of existing solutions for encrypted email. They all have one big drawback: too much friction.
Too many extra steps to take, too many keys to install, too many portals to visit, apps to download, configurations to alter. In other words, they’re too much hassle for everyday use. [Read more…]
If you’ve been following our blog, you’ll know how fond we are of customer feedback. We’ve talked about it here, here, here, and here. We love it because we use customer feedback to drive new features and products in Paubox. It’s a win-win!
On that note, I’m pleased to announce the latest new feature we’ve built thanks to customer feedback: Seamless Inbound email encryption. With the addition of inbound email encryption, you now have the ability to conduct entire email conversations in an encrypted fashion. [Read more…]
I loved working at a nonprofit. Knowing that everyday my job made a difference in my community was very fulfilling. It was also some of the most creative work I’ve ever done – stretching a thin budget while having limited resources and manpower to achieve outcomes is definitely an art form.
Which is why I hate to give you one more thing to worry about, but it is something every nonprofit should consider – HIPAA. [Read more…]
It’s only been five days but by now you’ve already heard about it, Anthem got hacked. Anthem is the second largest insurer in the United States and is the company behind Blue Cross Blue Shield. Personal information of 80 million of its customers and employees was compromised by a sophisticated attack by hackers.
Today I checked the US Census Bureau and it reports there are 320 million residents in the US. In other words, 25% of the country got hacked last week. Think about that: one in four Americans had their identity stolen by a single attack. Names, birthdays, addresses and Social Security numbers- all taken in one fell swoop. [Read more…]