Does it really matter if government has backdoors to our tech?

Does it really matter if government has backdoors to our tech?

This week we tackle the debate around encryption on the teissPodcast.

I hope you’re keeping healthy and sane in these unsettling times triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re cooped up at home, in need of some distraction – then listen to this podcast with Jake Moore, cyber security specialist at ESET.

We dissect the debate around encryption and discuss government policy on backdoors, whether government mandated backdoors combined with data protection legislation can work together and find a happy medium and how citizens’ privacy can be protected in this data hungry world.

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/cracking-cyber-security-podcast-from-teiss/id1378994502?mt=2

Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/business-reporter/cracking-cyber-security-podcast

Music: Light the Fuze, Audio Network

Copyright Lyonsdown Limited 2021

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