SKY ECC May 2020 Newsletter

A happy May day to all the privacy readers out there! There are some important stories to look at this week in the mobile privacy and security world: New Bluetooth vulnerability exposes a billion devices VIPs targeted in 0-click iPhone flaw The European Commission has switched to Signal Email scam targeted VIPs through Microsoft products … Read more

SKY ECC April 2020 Newsletter

I hope you are safe and secure at home. The SKY ECC team have been working remotely for over a month now, but we have not slowed our quest to keep your communications private in a time when digital attacks are escalating rapidly.  Here are the “can’t miss” stories from the last month which show … Read more

SKY ECC March 2020 Newsletter

Greetings to those out there near and remote! This SKY ECC newsletter comes to you from my remote office and leads with a COVID-19 story from an infosec perspective, along with some other big stories on privacy in the digital age: Phishing scams around coronavirus are skyrocketing The EARN IT Act is an attack sending … Read more

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Secure Messaging for Higher Education & Research

Colleges and universities are increasingly under attack from state-sponsored and independent hackers. From ransomware to espionage, universities are massive targets for all kinds of bad actors. Researchers have their work stolen, university administrations are locked out of files—anything you think a hacker might be interested in at a “regular company” is there at a university … Read more

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Data Privacy Day: Own Your Privacy with Private Chat Apps

January 28th is Data Privacy Day, and privacy experts from all fields are sharing their insights. Our specialty at SKY ECC—since we have the world’s most secure messaging platform—is protecting not just your messages, but all the data you exchange during conversations. Private chats this Data Privacy Day This article summarizes what private chat apps … Read more

SKY ECC January 2020 Newsletter

Happy 2020! New Year, new threats from world governments as Hong Kong police hack the phones of protesters, WhatsApp is being shut down by repressive governments, TikTok “vulnerabilities” likely make it the favourite spying tool of the Chinese government, the US government is distributing phones with malware, and US Senators are pushing the FCC to … Read more

Use Case for Secure Communications in Executive Security

People working in executive security know limiting access to information—itineraries, hotels, and other plans—is essential to keeping their clients protected. Executive security professionals working with C-level employees, celebrities, politicians, and dignitaries are themselves targets for hackers and others looking for a weak link they can exploit. To protect your clients and yourself, all your communications … Read more