The internet is almost infinite and is full of private information. This makes your information available to you quickly, but it can also make it easy for others to access. This is why it is important for your information to be kept safe through encryption.
We are living in the cosmos of the web. The Internet has amplified its pace, abstracts, and mechanization since its origin. Most of us absolutely rely on it for attaining information and statistics of any form. It has given the collar and backbone to many industries in terms of building contacts, transferring knowledge and material, communication etc. Due to all these valuable supplements, it has formed an imperative tract in our daily life.
Cybersecurity is at the center of discussion everywhere especially after the renewed threats of more cyber attacks in 2018. The year 2017 is coming to an end. Revisiting the stories cum actual big-ticket losses all over the world, security experts appear running pillar to post assuring their customers. But, the million dollar question is how secure they really are. Having said that, we mean, when you say AES-256 encryption (that is the military-grade encryption in the US), it doesn’t necessarily connote that your legacy is completely protected.
What is Zero Knowledge Encryption?
Everyone has heard of encryption in the news these days. And everyone has a basic idea of what it is, but the details of encryption and how it is implemented can make the difference between whether your data is truly secure or if you merely have the illusion of security. This is why at SecretValet we use something called “Zero Knowledge Encryption”, but I’m getting ahead of myself.