Panama Papers Strike Again. Is Your Attorney-Client Info Really Safe? It’s a bad time to be a billionaire foreign leader, an oil tycoon, or a Hollywood mega-star (on second thought, it can’t be that bad, but…). While it’s no secret that the rich and powerful often hide away their assets offshore, the latest international journalistic […]
Who Really Is the Messenger? There is growing debate about the extent to which content platforms are responsible for the content third parties create and distribute. As I write this, the US Congress is holding a hearing about whether Facebook, Twitter and Google should be held liable for the unsavory posts and other controversial content […]
Ingram Micro Australia has added RPost email security services to its cloud marketplace, considering the heightened interest in email security and compliance that has fueled demand for RPost. Ingram Micro is the world’s largest technology distributor.
No, RMail Recommends™ AI Will Not Take Over the World The concept of artificial intelligence (AI) has a long history in science fiction. Many historians cite the 1927 film, Metropolis as the first on-screen appearance of robots that had some kind of machine intelligence. Since then, AI has not been treated as kindly or with […]
Your Smart Home May Need to Go Back to School We’ve been living in/with smart homes for many years now. You can use Alexa or Google Home to dim lights, play music throughout your house and reorder milk when the time comes. And this is just the beginning.
RPost’s SecuRmail service employs AES 256-bit encryption to convert select email into a more private encrypted format. The recipient must have an up-to-date PDF reader to view the encrypted message and any attachments received with that message. To view attached files embedded in the encrypted PDF file, one must use Adobe Reader 7.0 (circa 2004) […]
RPost and Payne Group have collaborated to permit leading metadata removal capabilities for users who send Registered Email™ messages, encrypted email, or contracts for signature.
RMail: The N95 Mask of Email Encryption Software Earlier this week, a house party in Beverly Hills, California made national headlines, as hundreds of revelers went maskless and practiced virtually zero social distancing. Worse still was that gunfire erupted later on in the party, and three people were shot. Parties like this are hardly limited […]
Pig Latin Will Remain a Legal form of Encryption As today’s technological and political environments are becoming ever more polarized, it is useful once again the think about these trends in the context of America’s foundation—i.e. the reason for celebrating Independence Day in America.
Signs of the Times: Dealing with Lower Home Bandwidth and a Host of Other New Security Threats As 2020 plods along, new tech challenges I never thought we’d face are becoming realities. First of all, as I’m sure many of you who share living spaces have noticed, home internet connections have become less than ideal […]
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