New Study about E-Mail usage

Claims that the end of e-mail is near have been frequent in recent years. A glance at reality and a recent study conducted by Adobe shows if there is any truth in this.

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AT&T gave NSA access to billions of emails

In the United States many tech-companies declare themselves against the mass surveillance attempts of various agencies. Sometimes, however, the help of just one company is all that’s needed.

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United Nations want to strengthen privacy in digital age

The Human Rights Council of the United Nations has passed a resolution to strengthen the right of privacy in a digital age. For this they have appointed a special rapporteur for privacy rights.

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What happened to the German project DE-Mail?

A group of delegates was wondering the same and asked the German federal government about the state of it. The answers they got support the impression that the officials could be equally unsure of the future success.

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Cryptshare immune against "Alternative chains certificate forgery" vulnerability.

A new security vulnerability in OpenSSL has recently become public as "Alternative chains certificate forgery (CVE-2015-1793)".

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Why We Encrypt – Bruce Schneier‘s Manifest

With governments from various countries and parts of the world trying to push back against encryption it’s important to be reminded of why private citizens, companies, journalists and organisations would want to encrypt their data and communication. Security expert Bruce Schneier summarises the different reasons in a recent post on his blog.

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Too little e-mail encryption in businesses

A German federal association for IT-security (TeleTrusT) has released a comprehensive information brochure on e-mail encryption. It is addressed equally to IT-experts and interested parties.

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WikiLeaks: NSA spied on French companies

According to new WikiLeaks documents the US intelligence agency has also been spying on top industrial companies from France. Reasons for that seem not only to be geopolitical but also economically motivated.

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New Cryptshare for Outlook V2 out now

Outlook like you've never experienced it before: Send and receive encrypted e-mails and large files with the all new Cryptshare for Outlook V2!

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Award winning technology!

Nottinghamshire county council legal team wins ‘Legal team of the year’ at the 2015 MJ Awards by going paperless and combining standard low cost software and Cryptshare to revolutionise the costs of delivering court bundles.

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