Cryptographers Fight the FBI on Mobile Security

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Richard Blech, encryption security expert and CEO of Secure Channels commented on Wall Street Journal report on “Cryptographers Fight FBI on Mobile Security

Richard Blech, Encryption Security Expert and CEO of Secure Channels :

At the end of the day the FBI are behind a rock and a hard place. The government agencies are trying to stay ahead of other crimes not involving cyber-crime. You cannot have a backdoor that only the “good guys” can use, it will be exploited by the bad guys. Unfortunately, sensitive data is vulnerable if the agencies are left a backdoor, When all conversation fails, refer to the law of the land. Due process is the only answer, if there are concerns… go to court and get a warrant. There is no skipping ahead of the  Fourth Amendment, our founding principles should not be lost in cyber space.”

More resource information: “Keys Under Doormats: Mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications” is a new white paper published Tuesday by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that criticizes the U.S. government’s stand on cybersecurity issues.

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Secure channelsSecure Channels Inc. is a cybersecurity firm leveraging robust, state-of-the-art patented encryption technologies and authentication solutions compatible with every type of data available today.  Fostering innovative disruptive technologies while still being user defined has become a cornerstone for Secure Channels.  The development of patented unique processes that harden encryption and envelop resources renders the data unbreakable and useless to the hacker leaving them with only bits and bytes. By using its Proximity Technologies and securing data through IoT Devices, Secure Channels will be delivering real time analytics, payment processing, and data collection to any mobile platform or device.  Secure Channels provides impenetrable cybersecurity far in excess of any existing encryption systems available.