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Intel to collaborate with Microsoft on DARPA Program

Intel has signed an agreement with Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to perform in its Data Protection in Virtual Environments (DPRIVE) program. The...

How to Enhance Your Data Security Through Encryption?

The digital world may have brought the entire physical world close, virtually. One can experience a virtual butterfly effect while being a part of...

How to enhance data security through Encryption

The digital world may have brought the entire physical world close, virtually. One can experience a virtual butterfly effect while being a part of...

Zoom to roll out stronger encryption for paid users

Video conferencing platform Zoom is planning to offer stronger encryption for video calls for its paid customers and not for users with free accounts....

Google working on end-to-end encryption for RCS Messages

Google which rolled out its Rich Communication Services (RCS), an online protocol to replace traditional SMS messaging, in November last year in the US...
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