September 30th, 2019

Privacy Preserving Analytics – Creation of a New Category!

On a bright warm August afternoon, I was having lunch with a friend when I noticed an email from a Gartner analyst congratulating us for having been named a Cool Vendor!  As we all know very well, Gartner has extremely high standards for recognizing a…

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On a bright warm August afternoon, I was having lunch with a friend when I noticed an email from a Gartner analyst congratulating us for having been named a Cool Vendor!  As we all know very well, Gartner has extremely high standards for recognizing a…

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September 4th, 2019

Baffle Certified as an AWS Database Ready Partner

At Baffle, we’ve continued to focus on protecting data wherever it lives. We have a “no code” simplified approach to encryption that is protecting in excess of 13 billion data records in production at the field or record level. Our customers are happy to offload…

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At Baffle, we’ve continued to focus on protecting data wherever it lives. We have a “no code” simplified approach to encryption that is protecting in excess of 13 billion data records in production at the field or record level. Our customers are happy to offload…

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July 29th, 2019

Using Homomorphic Encryption to Secure Your Cloud Computing Data

Homomorphic encryption continues to entice cryptographers and academics. But is this technology ready for widespread deployment in enterprise environments? Our CEO and Co-founder Ameesh Divatia contributed his thoughts on the topic in a recent Dark Reading article. Today we continue our Homomorphic Encryption Explored series…

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Homomorphic encryption continues to entice cryptographers and academics. But is this technology ready for widespread deployment in enterprise environments? Our CEO and Co-founder Ameesh Divatia contributed his thoughts on the topic in a recent Dark Reading article. Today we continue our Homomorphic Encryption Explored series…

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July 24th, 2019

Equifax and the Pivotal Moment for Data Privacy

Around this time last year, I published an article stating, “we have all been flooded with emails from vendors or website pop-ups with privacy notice updates about their awareness and intent to meet the May 25, 2018 EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline.” And…

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Around this time last year, I published an article stating, “we have all been flooded with emails from vendors or website pop-ups with privacy notice updates about their awareness and intent to meet the May 25, 2018 EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline.” And…

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July 22nd, 2019

FaceApp and PPA

According to the Wall Street Journal, FaceApp has been downloaded more than 95 million times world-wide, with more than 20 million of those downloads occurring since July 11. That is a lot of people who want to see what they look like in 20 years.…

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According to the Wall Street Journal, FaceApp has been downloaded more than 95 million times world-wide, with more than 20 million of those downloads occurring since July 11. That is a lot of people who want to see what they look like in 20 years.…

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June 24th, 2019

Have We Found the Holy Grail of Privacy?

Here at Baffle, we have been beating the data protection privacy drum for years. I have enjoyed writing about the latest in the encryption industry, regulations and who should take the lead and how. We have always believed that data collection is inevitable, but data…

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Here at Baffle, we have been beating the data protection privacy drum for years. I have enjoyed writing about the latest in the encryption industry, regulations and who should take the lead and how. We have always believed that data collection is inevitable, but data…

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May 16th, 2019

ZombieLoad: The Poster Child for the Need to Encrypt Memory Contents

The new Intel chip flaw, ZombieLoad, harkens back to the Meltdown and Spectre attacks, where we saw that security features implemented in processors are just as vulnerable as those implemented in software and can just as easily leave our data accessible to hackers. The new…

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The new Intel chip flaw, ZombieLoad, harkens back to the Meltdown and Spectre attacks, where we saw that security features implemented in processors are just as vulnerable as those implemented in software and can just as easily leave our data accessible to hackers. The new…

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April 1st, 2019

Homomorphic Encryption and Multiparty Computation

Homomorphic encryption continues to entice cryptographers and academics. But is this technology ready for widespread deployment in enterprise environments? Our CEO and Co-founder Ameesh Divatia contributed his thoughts on the topic in a recent Dark Reading article. Today we continue our Homomorphic Encryption Explored series…

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Homomorphic encryption continues to entice cryptographers and academics. But is this technology ready for widespread deployment in enterprise environments? Our CEO and Co-founder Ameesh Divatia contributed his thoughts on the topic in a recent Dark Reading article. Today we continue our Homomorphic Encryption Explored series…

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