What are the changes in version 6.x for the Enterprise client: Why is there a major version upgrade when there are no major changes? AWS
At Wickr, we’ve served a diverse set of customers that range from the boardroom to the battlefield. Since AWS acquired Wickr in 2021, we’ve listened
There are hundreds of US federal government departments and agencies. The vast majority are subject to Federal Records Act (FRA) and National Archives and Records
More and more, CISOs are turning to the quantification of cyber risks versus deployed controls to demonstrate the ROI of cybersecurity programs. The increase in
As humanity marches unflinchingly toward the future, we need to anticipate the impact that emerging technologies will have on our society. Ethical concerns surrounding data
After months of marking up a dozen spending bills, legislators have finalized the cybersecurity budget for the fiscal year 2023. The collective set of bills
Wickr RAM (Recall, Alert and Messaging) is now available to the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) through Cloud One, which is a cloud hosting infrastructure and
With the world’s organizations and government agencies turning to digital technologies for all operations, the need for secure collaboration is at an all-time high. End-to-end
Distributed computing is on the rise, especially with the growth of the remote workforce. Unfortunately, distributed computing presents an enhanced security risk that requires a
Have you seen images of warfighters looking at chest-mounted smartphones or tablets, and wondered which application they’re using? Chances are, it’s ATAK. The Android Team
Enterprises have to improve their security posture and ensure compliance with data privacy legislation as part of their core mandate. The use of digital and
When you consider the rapid rise of digital operations across the public and private spectrum, government agencies face the same challenges as every modern business.
Secure distributed data storage is the wave of the future for corporate IT. It’s all about spreading the risk by storing data across multiple servers.