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ENCRYPTION IS VITALLY IMPORTANT web-hack-hoody-digital-graphic

Why? Simply put, it protects your data from criminals. The Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), recognized as the global voice of the tech sector, agreed, declaring the following: “Encryption is a security tool we rely on every day to stop criminals from draining our bank accounts, to shield our cars and airplanes from being taken over by malicious hacks, and to otherwise preserve our security and safety.”

That sounds pretty good. So does our Constitution’s Fourth Amendment. And for that matter you can include the United Nations’ Declaration of Rights, which states: “No citizen should be subjected to arbitrary interference of their privacy, family, home or correspondence.” Okay, but that’s just the United Nations, right? Who cares?

We all should if we value our freedom, security and privacy! The FBI used to recommend encryption and used to state this clearly on their website. Now they want to ban it! They used to think encryption was important to protect your data. For years, the FBI recommended people enable encryption on their phones and computer devices to protect themselves against criminals. But today, the FBI has weakened their recommended standards and best practices to intentionally leave you vulnerable to security breaches! Computer science professor Matt Blaze put it another way: “Basically, the FBI is saying that they think you’re more likely to commit a crime than you need to protect yourself against crime”.

Listen to them and risk losing all of your private and personal identification and data. Get protection today using Swiss based solutions.

Your information for sale: the illicit online marketplace

By Rebecca Stropoli February 28, 2014 9:37 AM The Exchange

There’s a lot of information for sale on the Web’s black market – and some of it might belong to you.

Adding to an endless series of reports on Internet security breaches, cybersecurity firm Hold Security LLC revealed this week that it discovered stolen credentials from some 360 million accounts available for sale on the underground Internet. Read more ›

U.S. to relinquish remaining control over the Internet

Washington Post
By Craig Timberg, Published: March 14

U.S. officials announced plans Friday to relinquish federal government control over the administration of the Internet, a move that pleased international critics but alarmed some business leaders and others who rely on the smooth functioning of the Web. Read more ›

Swiss Data Bunkers


The bunker deep in the Swiss Alps an hour’s drive south of Zurich was designed to withstand nuclear blasts and protect soldiers from a foreign invasion that never came. Today, it’s used to guard digital data. Read more ›