Encryption is the last defense for data in a digital world

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Encryption is the last defense for data in a digital world

We used to live in an analog world. We played records, radio stations had static interference, we flattened out dollar bills to work in vending machines and we anguished over hanging chads. Sure, everything was converted into bits and bytes in the end, but the world we interacted with was a physical one.

These days, thanks to the internet, we live in the so-called "connected world." As a result, the new world, the digital world, has expanded, obliterating chunks of cozier analog world. Very often, what’s left of the old analog we knew now exists only in the fringes of an entirely ...

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