Let’s Discuss Zero-Knowledge Data

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This is the second article in a series: you can read the first article on data security here.   In cryptography, zero-knowledge proof is a method by which one party can prove to another party that a statement is true, without revealing information about the statement. Goldwasser, Micali, and Reckoff from MIT first proposed the concept in their 1980’s paper. …

Sony is the Snowden Moment for Corporations

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The cyber security assault on Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., raised the risk and impact of hacking to another level because it was designed to damage the company, their brand and the personal reputation of the their executives. Corporations have long dealt with hackers that sought trade secrets and financial data, but the Sony attack is highly personal. Sensitive information, including …