For the average citizen, the problem is not who spies on him or her, but to whom he or she is voluntarily transfering private data. There are doubts about how this private information should be managed and by whom.
El País, 14 – 11 – 2013
Criptonube, CloudSEEP and SafeGDocs provide solutions for automatic privacy protection, so that the data can be effectively managed and processed without transfer the actual clear-text data. This implies a full privacy protection.
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Everything changed when news of the U.S. government’s PRISM spying program came to light. In an instant, we went from assuming our dealings online were mostly kept private (or as private as we wanted them to be) to knowing that virtually nothing is out of bounds, not even instant messaging conversations.
CloudSEEP, Criptonube and SafeGDocs provide effective solutions to fill this gap and fully protect sensitive data, accounting for user privacy needs and enabling secure Cloud services.
Read more at: http://news360.com/article/209987833
Privacy in the open web is becoming a must. Encryption is the way to go to protect data in the Cloud, and the mayor standards organizations are shifting towards this view. CloudSEEP, Criptonube and SafeGDocs go one step further and enable fully secure and private web services in the Cloud.
Following recent discussions between the big browser makers, standards-setters and other industry folks, the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) HTTP Working Group announced on Wednesday that the upcoming second version of the HTTP protocol will only work with secure “https” web addresses.
Read more at (article by David Meyer): http://gigaom.com/2013/11/13/snowdens-legacy-the-open-web-could-soon-be-encrypted-by-default/