Tozny at SOFWERX

Our CEO, Isaac Potoczny-Jones, will be exhibiting at SOFWERX’s Cyber Capability Expo this October in Tampa, FL.

Atlanta Streetcar has Tozny Built-In

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 …

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 …

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

Update: TozStore is out of preview and into production! We are looking for early adopter developers to try it out 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 …

Personal Data Services Promise User Privacy

There’s no question the data that organizations collect and share about users is valuable. Whether it’s content created by users or metadata about users, that information could be used to streamline healthcare or corporate operations, prevent fraud, or increase marketing opportunities. Data sharing by ad networks or data brokers is …

FBI vs Apple: how did we get here?

Apple and the FBI have been headlining recently in a debate about cryptography. Crypto is one of those fields that very few people actually understand well; it’s nuanced and complex, just like the current debate, and small mistakes can have big consequences. I recently found myself picturing this debate in …

Article: NIST Testing out passwordless smart home

Mohana Ravindranath over at NextGov wrote a nice piece about our NIST privacy pilots. Tozny, a subsidiary of tech company Galois, aims to test one system that encrypts user data generated by the “smart home,” and another that would let transit riders use their mobile phones as tickets, Galois principal investigator Isaac Potoczny-Jones said in …

Tozny CEO interviewed about PKI

Isaac contributed to some technical background for an interesting article at c4isrnet.com about the use of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). “Humans are terrible at generating and remembering random stuff, and the strong crypto on PKI is virtually impossible to brute force,” said [Tozny CEO] Isaac Potoczny-Jones, research lead, computer security, for …