• Cyber
  • Apr 15, 2021
  • By Andrew Sellers

Forbes Technology Council: Everything You Wanted To Know About Homomorphic Encryption (But Were Afraid To Ask)

Forbes Technology Council: Everything You Wanted To Know About Homomorphic Encryption (But Were Afraid To Ask)

Andrew Sellers, QOMPLX CTO and co-founder, appeared in Forbes Tech Council, where he wrote: ‘Everything You Wanted To Know About Homomorphic Encryption (But Were Afraid To Ask):’

"Data theft and data loss is an endemic problem on the internet. According to the firm Risk Based Security (via TechRepublic), 2020 alone saw 3,932 publicly disclosed breaches with 37 billion records compromised—a 141% increase compared to 2019. One possible tool to reduce all that data theft and loss is the better and more ubiquitous use of data encryption."

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