The Tozny Blog

The Security Panacea: Striking Balance with Usability

To keep up in today’s competitive technology market, perfecting the user experience is a must; making added security measures a tough sell to leadership. We consistently see brands sacrifice security, adopting the attitude, ‘it won’t happen to me.’ But when it does (which it will), brands are unprepared and scrutinized for their lack of foresight.

Read the interview with Manuela Marques, tyntec’s Product Marketing Director and Isaac Potoczny-Jones, CEO of Tozny, …

Visit Tozny at the RSA Conference

We are now in an age where security can breached with just a simple push of a button. With today’s technological breakthroughs come an increasing demand for a more well-rounded and tightened cybersecurity. The tools required to protect each individual from cyber-attacks and threats has also proven that more technical expertise is now more than just a necessity, but of great significance as well.

RSA Conference will be held at Moscone Center in in San Francisco,  …

NIST Global City Teams Challenge Super Action Cluster Summit

Tozny recently participated in the Global City Teams Challenge Super Action Cluster Summit with a focus on the security and privacy of connected vehicles.

Feb 01, 2017 to Feb 02, 2017

12:30 pm — C123/124
Lunch Keynote: Data Protection, Privacy and Security, and Smart Cities
This panel will discuss transportation cybersecurity issues within a Smart Cities framework with an emphasis on privacy, trust, and identity, and EV charging, storage, …

Data Privacy for Activists

This past weekend, one of our great engineers, Greg Stromire hosted a workshop entitled“Data Privacy for Activists” here in Portland. The twenty-five very curious audience members dug into topics like: password practices; easy VPN use; encrypted email; protecting your mobile device.

With how relevant this workshop was in the current environment, we thought we would post the top take-aways that Greg presented so everyone could benefit from his presentation.