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Finally Friday – a time to ponder with a pint of real ale

My company Enigma Bridge built a truly scalable (in all meanings of the word) hardware platform (with FIPS140-2 Level 3). OK, you have no idea what I talk about… that is one of our communication problems.

How can we explain to people what is the advantage of using tamper-resistant hardware. What is the advantage of hardware separation – something our platform provides even when packaged as a cloud service.

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Photo: SplitShire (yes, it’s 1/2 litre of one of the big brands – not a pint of a local real ale) 

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HTTPS – what does it stand for?

HTTP stands for hypertext transfer protocol – the universal language of “the web”. HTTPS is a secure variant of this language as it provides tools to verify which website you actually connect to.

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“One time passwords” are not passwords

We did a bit of research into what IT start-up companies need in terms of security. I did expect that secure authentication / logons would be at the top but I was surprised that OTP (one time passwords) were at the bottom.

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