May 2017

Trivalent CSO, Rick Bueno, Speaks with Defense Systems about Trivalent Next Generation Data Protection

“U.S. Special Forces, Air Force Special Operators and several military services are exploring a new data security technology that can encrypt, disperse and reassemble sensitive content using next generation algorithms, industry sources said.” “The technology seeks to leverage encryption and new algorithms to bring security through a process called digital shredding, said Ricardo Bueno, founder […]

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May 2017

iGov and Trivalent Partner to Secure Classified and Sensitive Government Sector Data with Next Generation Data Protection™

Companies to demonstrate how Trivalent’s data protection technology further enhances iGov’s mission-critical solutions at 2017 SOFIC iGov, provider of Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) systems and support programs, and Trivalent, the leading provider of Next Generation Data Protection, today announce a partnership to provide iGov’s Federal clients with data protection that goes beyond […]

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May 2017

Ermis Sfakiyanudis: Trouble Shooting Can Stop a Healthcare Data Breach

“It is no secret that healthcare systems are one of the top targets for data breaches. According to a recent Health Information and Management Systems Society survey, more than half of hospital executives reported that their hospitals had been targeted by ransomware in the past year.” “CRN reported that data breaches increased by more than […]

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April 2017

Ermis Sfakiyanudis Weighs in on the GA Voter Data Breach

“Following the news, that Georgia state officials are investigating the theft last week of equipment from a Cobb County precinct manager’s car that could make every Georgia voter’s personal information vulnerable to theft. While the stolen machine, an ExpressPoll unit, cannot be used to fraudulently vote in today’s Georgia House special election, the device does […]

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