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Privacy News

US warned: surveillance reform hinges on change to Reagan executive order

By Spencer Ackerman in New York John Napier Tye, a former State Department official, says Americans’ data remains vulnerable until executive order that provides NSA with a path to collect data is reformedJohn Napier Tye is …read more

Source: Privacy News Feed


iPhone ‘backdoors’ can be used for surveillance, warns researcher

By Tom Brewster Expert says ‘forensic services’ could allow access to personal data, but there is no proof these have been used for surveillanceA researcher has revealed what he claims to be previously …read more

Source: Privacy News Feed


Sociology A-level updated to include social media, web safety and selfies

By Press Association OCR exam board says subject must take into account evolving nature of how people interact and what effect it has on societySixth-formers taking A-level sociology are set to study topics …read more

Source: Privacy News Feed


Cyber Security News

Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, July 20, 2014

By Kimberly Pease Important Security Updates
AVG Free Edition: AVG has released version 2014.0.4744 of its 32 bit Free Edition. Updates are available on AVG’s website.
Dropbox: Dropbox has released version 2.10.2 for its file …read more

Source: Cyber Security Feed


Cyber Security News of the Week, July 20, 2014

By Stan Stahl Ph.D. Cyber Attack
Chinese Hackers Extending Reach to Smaller U.S. Agencies, Officials Say: WASHINGTON — After years of cyberattacks on the networks of high-profile government targets like the Pentagon, Chinese hackers appear …read more

Source: Cyber Security Feed


Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, July 13, 2014

By Kimberly Pease Important Security Updates
Adobe Flash Player: Adobe has released version 14.0.0.145 to fix at least 3 moderately critical vulnerabilities in its Flash Player for the Windows and Mac versions. Updates are …read more

Source: Cyber Security Feed


About


Mission Statement:

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.


About:

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.


Patent Information:

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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Current Management Team and Advisor

AJ Esmailzadeh
President
Paul Hershenson
Chief Technical Officer
Dr. Stan Stahl
Chief Information Security Officer
Daniel D. Gutierrez
Chief Data Scientist
Soyeun Choi, J.D.
In-house Counsel / Intellectual Property
Jerry Levey
Political Consultant
Lynley Sides
Business Strategy Consultant
Adam Rifkin
Advisor

Headquarters:

5461 West Jefferson Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Tel: 310-658-1000
Email: Inquiries@clds.com
350 Cambridge Ave, Suite 225
Palo Alto, CA 94306

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