Global Security Watch > March 03, 2012
Technical Overview of Mac Business Encryption methods « 318 ...
[318 Tech Journal] PGP has a very long history in data encryption, and since Apple moved to the Intel processor platform (and EFI), they have been able to provide many features that were previously only fully supported on Windows. In an ideal situation, they and other vendors (like Sophos and McAfee) construct a way to tie your directory service to a keyserver, and therefore have authentication stay in one central place.
October 12, 2005
PGP readying PGP-secured BlackBerry email solution
[BBHub] This companies said this solution enables enterprises to extend PGP email security to individuals who use both laptop/desktop computers and BlackBerry wireless devices. It provides customers with sender-to-recipient email security, and thereby complements the industry-leading wireless transmission security and device protection security inherent in the BlackBerry architecture.
Posted at 12:04 AM
July 14, 2005
Keeping email under lock and (public) key
[InfoSec News Blog] This article from NewsForge makes me wonder when Microsoft and PGP will get together to create individually PGP encrypted mailboxes. With governments and law enforcement organizations pushing for increasingly intrusive monitoring and logging of business email messages, network administrators are put in an uncomfortable situation.
Posted at 10:06 AM
June 07, 2005
PGP goes the whole hog of encryption
[InfoSec News Blog] PGP Corporation has launched a radical overhaul of its PGP desktop security suite aimed at making its products more comprehensive and easier to use. PGP Desktop 9.0, released Monday 9 May, features "automatic operation so email, instant messaging (IM), whole disk, and file encryption are secure without user interaction or training", the blurb boasts.
Posted at 04:59 PM