With Advanced Encryption Technology, your Emails are more than Protected!

January 08, 2021 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

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. Some futurist-types are predicting that homes will one day be able to sense your body temperature and then adjust heat/AC settings accordingly. There could also be increasingly autonomous purchase decisions made by [...]

How to Protect Sensitive Email Content & Attachments for Both Senders and Recipients

May 13, 2019 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

Pig Latin, Russian Spies and Email Encryption With the recent media focus on cybersecurity, whether it is talk of Russian hackers scheming to influence US presidential elections, or the pervasive pressure to comply with GDPR or HIPAA (healthcare privacy regulations) or other consumer data privacy requirements, “encryption” is one of the solutions that is often introduced. When sending email, email encryption can indeed protect your strategic dialog from potential [...]

Chinese Spy Hunting and The Cryptographic Cliff

May 25, 2017 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

The recently publicized Chinese spy hunt success in netting or killing at least 12 CIA spies may have been the result of the Chinese cracking the CIA’s secure communications methods. The insights the Chinese gained from eavesdropping on CIA electronic (secure) communications in China may have provided the roadmap to eliminate these CIA spies. One would assume that the CIA’s secure communications use the highest levels of encryption, far more complex than commercial communic [...]

Russian Hackers and Pig Latin

August 03, 2016 / in Blog, General / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

With the recent media focus on cybersecurity, whether it is talk of Russian hackers scheming to influence US presidential elections or “Brexit” votes, or the pervasive pressure to comply with HIPAA (healthcare privacy regulations) or other consumer data privacy requirements, “encryption” is one of the solutions that is often introduced. When sending email, email encryption can indeed protect your strategic dialog from potential exposure, and its mere use can demonstrate [...]

DNC Leak: Russian Hackers or Inside Job?

July 26, 2016 / in Blog, Encryption/Security / by Zafar Khan, RPost CEO

…and does it change the result? Who is responsible for the recent Democratic National Committee (“DNC”) hack and resulting emails published on WikiLeaks? Russian hackers are suspected and the FBI is investigating, but Russia adamantly denies involvement. The hackers could be from the same group who stole DNC’s oppositional research about Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump in mid-June. Perhaps, the perpetrator is simply a DNC employee or subcontractor disen [...]