Category Archives: Current affairs

Jumble discusses current affairs as they relate to data security with a focus on various government surveillance bodies such as those within the “Five Eyes” alliance and the impact their monitoring has on businesses today.

Email fraud – how much of a risk is it posing to businesses?

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Since 2003, the FBI has published numerous press releases every year warning of increasingly sophisticated email scams/email fraud targeting high-end firms.  By sending emails that spoof executives working at a firm, hackers are able to convince the firm to send unauthorized international and national wire transfers involving large amounts of… Read more »

iPhone data remains out of Government’s hands…for now

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As one of the world’s most popular tech companies and the single most widely used smartphone brand in the US, Apple understandably has users from all walks of life, both good and bad. The San Bernadino shooter falls into the latter category, committing an unspeakable act of terror against a… Read more »

Apple vs FBI – the battle for encryption, privacy & security

Apple vs FBI

  Our digital security is under attack; Apple vs FBI (FBiOS) is a battle for encryption, our fundamental right to privacy and against mass surveillance, cyber criminals, and terrorism. This storm has been publicly brewing since the 16th of February when a Californian court requested Apple to unlock an iPhone… Read more »

Black Friday and Cyber Monday email encryption special offer

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Using the Jumble discount code CYBER50, you can get 50% off Jumble’s simple email encryption business basic plan for 3-months for you and your entire company.  Jumble provides one-click email encryption that’s secure, easy to set-up and simple to use. Black Friday “officially” commenced on the 27th November, but many… Read more »

Gmail’s encrypted email warning, what’s missing?

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Gmail’s encrypted email warning is coming for emails that are sent and received through unsecured connections.  Earlier this month, Google released their Safer Email Transparency report, which reveals the strides made in email encryption between 2013 and 2015.  It’s very important to note that these strides specifically relate to the… Read more »

End-To-End Email Encryption

End-to-end email encryption is the ONLY encryption a business should consider. Due to improved understanding of cyber security within business and organizations, CIO ‘s and IT leaders are looking at email encryption as another defence pillar within their overall data security strategy. Choosing “End-to-end” email encryption means data been sent will be encrypted… Read more »

Email Leak – Irish Defence Forces – Who is next?

Email leaks – who is next? According to email encryption technology firm Jumble, if a defence force can be subject to an email leak then it begs the question, who is next? Secure communications The first line of communication between many organisations remains email and all too frequently sensitive data… Read more »

Why did Twitter and Dropbox relocate their non-US user accounts to Ireland? Is it because of Data Protection Law, PR or money?

Twitter & Dropbox relocate to Dublin

First it was Twitter. An update in its privacy policy revealed that it was relocating its non-US accounts to Ireland. Then Dropbox’s updated terms of services revealed they were doing something similar. So why are these US companies incorporating in Ireland? Twitter stated it was expanding operations to better support… Read more »

Celebrate “International Data Protection Day” with FREE Email Encryption #DPD15

Celebrate “International Data Protection Day” with FREE Email Encryption from Jumble

Whether you call it “International Data Privacy Day” (US) or “International Data Protection Day” (Europe), we would like to wish you a cyber safe day. January 28th represents the day on which an extra strong spotlight shines on issues relating to cyber security with the purpose of raising awareness and… Read more »