Tag Archives: Encryption

BitLocker to Go READER in Windows 10

Microsoft has provided BitLocker since the Enterprise and Ultimate versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7. The Vista release could only encrypt operating system partitions (with some extended capability through the command line tool). Windows 7 inclusion extended whole drive encryption capabilities to additional partitions and to removable drives. Encryption of removable drives was labeled … Continue reading BitLocker to Go READER in Windows 10

CompTIA Series: IPSec

This blog provides clarifying information related to IPSec as found on the CompTIA A+ and Security+ exams. For instructor-led CopmTIA training, see our complete schedule. Allow me to recap my goal with this series: Although CompTIA exams are heavily based upon the published exam objectives, CompTIA tends to expand target material by exposing candidates to … Continue reading CompTIA Series: IPSec

Exploits Against Legacy Encryption – A Conversation with Cisco

You should already realize that you cannot just change your standard encryption algorithms and key lengths on a moment’s notice. Those are decisions that you made after careful research and testing. So while you might have some cryptography in place that isn’t the latest and greatest Elliptic Curve or Quantum Cryptography fad, you’re confident that … Continue reading Exploits Against Legacy Encryption – A Conversation with Cisco