Tag Archives: encryption

Why Google won’t protect you from big brother: Christopher Soghoian at TEDxSanJoseCA 2012

Translator: Mohand Habchi Reviewer: Denise RQ My name is Christopher Soghoian, and I’m a privacy researcher. In particular, I study the surveillance state that we now live in. Not exactly the theme that’s happened today. If you look in Hollywood movies, cop shows on TV, we see a single vision of surveillance. We see surveillance… Read More »

Encrypted Traffic Analytics: Detection without Decryption on TechWiseTV

– [Robb] Computer networking started with the simple idea of getting messages from A to B. – [Lauren] We soon learned that we needed A and B to talk securely. – Well encryption is a process of scrambling communications so that if someone gets a hold of it, they don’t know what it is, all… Read More »

Network Security: Why Encrypted Traffic Analytics (ETA)?

Malware is a word that’s top of mind for you if you’re in the business of securing your enterprise. If this wasn’t already complex, it becomes all the more challenging if you add one more word to this: encryption. Detecting malware in encrypted traffic is a problem that many in the industry perceived to be… Read More »