Article posted: May 16, 2018
Q&A with Olov Renberg, Co-Founder and COO of BehavioSec
We're pleased to offer the fifth installation of our quarterly partner/industry blog series. We recently shared a booth with BehavioSec at RSA 2018 and spoke with Olov Renberg, BehavioSec's Co-Founder and COO about the growing use of behavioral biometrics, aka behaviometrics, and the changing IAM landscape
Article posted: May 03, 2017
By Nick Budden, Partner and Security Expert at Versasec
A recent BBC.com article pointed out Public Key Cryptography (PKI), created by researchers at Stanford University in 1977, is celebrating its 40th birthday. The findings of the Stanford team were nearly silenced by a US government agency at the time, which viewed this research as "legally equivalent to exporting nuclear arms to a hostile foreign power."
But why did the US think that sharing PKI research was so damaging to national security?