Can the internet be saved without harming democracy?
By Julia Powles A new report wants to foster a digital age underpinned by human rights and calls for greater transparency from global giants. But will we ever trust the internet?Citizens of the …read more
Fitness trackers are popular among insurers and employers – but is your data safe?
By Sarah Shemkus Wearables can be a helpful tool, but some warn that the privacy of the data they compile might be compromised. How worried should you be?That fitness-tracking device on your wrist …read more
Civil libertarians: weakened surveillance reform bill is already ‘yesterday’s news’
By Spencer Ackerman in New York The impending USA Freedom Act seeks to stop NSA phone record collection, leaving Section 215 intact, which activists say will only prolong mass surveillanceWhen the premiere surveillance reform bill of …read more
Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, April 12, 2015
By Kimberly Pease, CISSP Important Security Updates
Apple iOS: Apple has released version 8.3 of its iOS to fix at least 19 vulnerabilities, some of which are highly critical, reported in previous versions. Updates …read more
By Stan Stahl Ph.D. Securing the Village
ISSA-LA Seventh Annual Information Security Summit at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
The Summit on June 4, 2015.
Keynotes from Bruce Schneier and Dave Kennedy
Summit Tracks include Security Management. …read more
Internet users are in need of the ability to manage sensitive data privately.
Standard Clouds’ mission is to deliver a platform that fulfills this need by delivering “forgetful” web services that provide its users the means to control who can access their private data.
Using a patent pending system, Standard Clouds, Inc. delivers a unique solution, a forgetful platform for users to interact online without jeopardizing personal private data. Users will be free to enjoy online activities without losing control of personal information. This revolutionary platform provides a common forgetful ground for the IT industry to either integrate existing web services or create secure and private WEB2.0 services from ground up. Since privacy and data liberation resonates with 2 billion internet users, it is boldly categorized as disruptive innovation, a true game changer.
The solution described above is patent pending. We reserve all rights with respect to the invention. The protection of the patent and a first-to-market strategy enables us to provide a comprehensive and standard solution for all users seeking a safer platform. The patent application strategically positions us in the leading edge of the cloud computing/ data storage market. The innovation will be leveraged through licensing and other channels. Solution for all users seeking a safer and private platform.
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