We’ve all heard the admonition, “Don’t roll your own encryption!”. That’s because it’s hard to get encryption right. Let’s take a moment to examine what that means exactly. Probably very few of us would set out to code a replacement for AES or ECC, except maybe for fun. We leave that to the professionals. But as developers, we often use …
The City of Portland has been part of the national effort to create “smart cities” that operate on better data, and better automation. Smart City privacy has been a challenging area for many cities since more and more data is being collected about us on city streets, sidewalks, and even from our homes. In Portland, where Tozny is located, the …
Apple has gotten a lot of kudos in the security community lately about their approach to end-to-end encryption. WhatsApp and Signal have gotten headlines in years past. Tozny offers end-to-end encryption toolkits for developers, and we often get asked why you should end-to-end encrypt data when HTTPS is pretty secure. This article is part of our Security Guide series – …
Earlier today, news broke about a potential vulnerability in MacOS High Sierra. Learn what’s broken and how to protect your own computer.
In the November edition of the monthly Security Corner column, Eric Mann covers the PCI standard and how developers can stay compliant.
Tozny CEO Isaac Potoczny-Jones published an article this month with SC Media covering end-to-end data encryption.
Eric Mann, from Tozny’s engineering team, will be presenting two talks at 2017’s php[world] conference in Washington, D.C the week of November 15th.
Our CEO, Isaac Potoczny-Jones, will be exhibiting at SOFWERX’s Cyber Capability Expo this October in Tampa, FL.
The recent Equifax hack reminds us just how vulnerable our information can be if the hands that hold it fail to properly secure that data.
When paired with the full e3db SDK on a secure server, InnoVault becomes both a data collection and secure data sharing platform.