Video: The transformation of online privacy

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After Edward Snowden leaked government documents to the press that detailed the National Security Agency's mass surveillance efforts, individuals around the world began to change their perceptions about cloud computing. The public is now, more than ever, concerned about both their data security and privacy. However, through the implementation of advanced techniques, such as Encryption-In-Use, there are methods that offer more secure and private communication.

In this video SC Magazine reporter Danielle Walker discusses the recent transformational state of online privacy with Vaultive CEO, Elad Yoran.

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