The Tozny Blog

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,  …

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.

Atlanta Streetcar has Tozny Built-In

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We are excited to announce that the Atlanta Streetcar app was launched this morning with Tozny technology built in!  For the past year, moovel and Tozny worked together as part of a NIST Trusted Identities Group pilot to bring better digital identities technology to transit agencies.  Our technology allows for password-free secure authentication to mobile apps and web applications.  We have integrated the technology with moovel’s mobile app code, …

Oregon Business asks Tozny CEO about public database breaches

Tozny CEO talks security breaches with Charlie Kawasaki and Oregon Business. “Prevention is actually by far the cheapest way to mitigate.”

Oregon’s rules for data breach reporting changed a year ago to require businesses and government agencies to notify the Attorney General’s office when a breach occurred impacting more than 250 Oregonians. The breaches are then logged into a public database, which lists suspected breach dates and a copy of the notice sent to consumers explaining what happened. …

Announcing Project E3DB: The End-to-End Encrypted Database

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Welcome to our developer preview of Project E3DB! We are looking for early adopter developers to try Project E3DB and give us feedback.

Today, Project E3DB is a tool for programmers who want to build an end-to-end encrypted database with sharing into their projects. We are providing a command-line client for you to play with and a Java SDK to prototype with. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be getting feedback from you, …

Webinar – Do More with Data by Getting Privacy Right

The Mobile Data To Knowledge team (MD2K) recently hosted our CEO, Isaac Potoczny-Jones for a webinar about security and privacy in mHealth. Watch the video on YouTube!

Abstract: Obtaining user consent, enabling transparency, and securing data at rest are key security and privacy practices that let you do more with user data. Isaac will introduce an emerging type of technology called a Personal Data Service (PDS) that can facilitate mHealth, …