iPhone data remains out of Government’s hands…for now

As one of the world’s most popular tech companies and the single most widely used smartphone brand in the US, Apple understandably has users from all walks of life, both good and bad. The San Bernadino shooter falls into the latter category, committing an unspeakable act of terror against a center for the disabled in California in December 2015. The FBI’s seemingly innocuous request to Apple – to develop a software solution that can provide backdoor access to the shooter’s iPhone – has now developed into a battle of wills, pitting the federal government against one of the most influential entities in existence.

The Crux of the Matter

The request may seem simple – after all, who doesn’t want to see a terrorist brought to justice? – but Apple’s CEO has stood firm on the matter: Apple has never and will never produce software designed to extract or decrypt information … Read more

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Email fraud – how much of a risk is it posing to businesses?

Since 2003, the FBI has published numerous press releases every year warning of increasingly sophisticated email scams/email fraud targeting high-end firms.  By sending emails that spoof executives working at a firm, hackers are able to convince the firm to send unauthorized international and national wire transfers involving large amounts of money.  In fact, the FBI reports email fraud affected over 7,000 companies and cost these firms $750 billion between 2013 and 2015.

What is CEO Fraud?

Also referred to as business email compromise scams (BEC scams), CEO fraud begins with CEO email hack professionals phishing managers to gain access to their inbox.  They may also phish employees from a domain that appears to be from a company executive.  For example, a CEO email hacker might take a firm’s true domain URL –www.firmdomainname.com– and insert a negligible letter or number that would be easily looked over, such as www.firmdomainename.com.… Read more

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Encryption, control, security… Jumble for MS Outlook

Jumble for MS Outlook

Version 3.1 of Jumble for Outlook has now been released, which means we have a lot of exciting new features and updates to share with you. Outlook is still one of the most popular email clients used by businesses, and we support all versions from Outlook 2010 through to Outlook 2016.

Let’s have a look at what the development team have been up to in the latest release…

Full control over your sent emails with Revoke & Expire

Revoke an Email in MS Outlook:

Users now have the power to revoke an email at any time, giving you complete control over your sent items. So if you have sent an email to the wrong person, you can instantly revoke it by going into your sent items and clicking ‘Revoke Email’. It’s as simple as that! The email is instantly revoked meaning the recipient will no … Read more

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Email Security for Google Apps with Jumble

At Jumble we’ve been busy building some really exciting new features to help you secure more data, more easily. We’ve listened to feedback from our users and have incorporated it into our latest Google Apps release on Chrome (available here: https://www.jumble.io/install#platforms).

The changes in our latest release include everything from performance and stability to usability, accessibility and new, exciting functionality, giving you more control of your data and enabling you to secure more data, more quickly.

The New Jumble Menu

We’ve developed a group of features that will help you to get the most of your encrypted emails. They are grouped for convenience and available by clicking the gray bar in your normal email compose window, highlighted below.

The new Jumble menu in Chrome

Inside this area you will find two new features, Personal Intros and Email Expiration.

Personal Intros

Sometimes when you send an encrypted email to … Read more

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