Crypto-shredding is a data destruction technique that consists in destroying the keys that allow the data to be decrypted, thus making the data undecipherable. Difficulty of data destruction Data destruction is a major issue in data protection regulations such as the GDPR in the context of exercising an individual's right to erasure. When a company exercises a person's right to erasure, it must search all databases, all object or flat storage, all logs (and their backups) to find all occurrenc
End-to-end encryption can be complex and expensive to redevelop, although it is essential to protect the confidential data your applications handle. With Seald SDK, we perform end-to-end encryption on data stored, produced or received by your applications.
The concept of digital sovereignty has been gaining momentum lately. Where do we stand in France and what actions are we taking to limit our dependence on foreign digital products and services?
At a time when economic and digital sovereignty are at the heart of concerns, at Seald we are proud to announce that our product has a Security Visa from the ANSSI with a CSPN.
Doctolib, Zoom... The recent news allows us to take stock of the interest in adopting end-to-end encryption and to highlight its usefulness in securing uses in the Cloud.
Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve received his German counterpart, Thomas de Maizière, to exchange views on the control of data encryption means in order to strengthen the means of the fight against terrorism (article from Liberation [https://www.liberation.fr/france/2016/08/23/tandem-franco-allemand-pour-renforcer-l-arsenal-antiterroriste-europeen_1474164] ). Some politicians, including Mr. Cazeneuve, ask against the unanimous opinion of experts that every message transmitted on the Internet