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The Year of Data Breaches: Why Encryption and Reformatting SSD’s is Not Enough

The Year of Data Breaches: Why Encryption and Reformatting SSD’s is Not Enough

2016 was certainly an interesting year and, although we could probably discuss the election alone for an hour, there is one particular epidemic which has plagued the developer community in more ways than we probably care to mention. It seems as though even the best data encryption and reformatting of SSD’s is slowly becoming not enough when it comes to the continuous evolution of the hacker community and this is a pretty unsettling situation.

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End To End Encryption With OpenShift Part 1: Two-Way SSL

End To End Encryption With OpenShift Part 1: Two-Way SSL

This is the first part of a 2 part article, part 2 (End To End Encryption With OpenShift Part 2: Re-encryption) will be authored by Matyas Danter, Sr Consultant with Red Hat, it will be published soon.

This article aims to demonstrate use cases for Openshift routes to achieve end-to-end encryption. This is a desirable and sometimes mandated configuration for many verticals, which deal with strict regulations.

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