Security and Privacy in Cloud Storage
We have developed a cloud service for which our customers don’t need to trust us to safeguard the privacy of their data. All data is encrypted and the custody of the keys belongs to our clients, not us. In contrast to the solution of other competitors, the users of the service don’t need to send keys by email to share access to data. Security and Privacy in Cloud Storage for IOT data.
Igloovote is a mix of the advantages of traditional voting systems and online voting systems. The main advantage of traditional voting systems is that security relies in multiple points of failure. If a polling place is compromised, only the votes of that polling place are compromised. Organizing an attack against all polling places is unthinkable (despite attacking only some of them still could have enormous consequences like in Florida 2000).
The main idea behind Igloovote is making distributed elections, with a lot of points of failure needed to compromise an election. Non-surprisingly Internet is a great tool for achieving that.
Data gathering for IOT.
The privacy of the data obtained from IoT devices can be a serious concern for final users of IoT services. Two strategies are possible to address the problem. The first one (the usual one) is based on legal agreements and strict security protocols to be followed by the personnel working with the data. The second strategy consists on using smart algorithms designed to provide anonymity by design. The first strategy is expensive and unreliable. We are seeing on the news how even big organizations implementing the most advanced security protocols and providing strong privacy agreements, fail to protect data affecting millions of users. We have developed some algorithms that let data collection to be safe and private, reducing the need for additional protocols and making possible to offer strict legal agreements at low cost, maximizing privacy and security.
Data gathering for other online processes have the same problems than for IOT.