12 big encryption trends that will keep data more secure
As cybercriminals become more sophisticated, it becomes easier for them to circumvent security measures and access sensitive personal data. While businesses and consumers are ultimately responsible for protecting themselves and following best practices, developers are on the frontlines of the ever-evolving cyber security battle, as they’re the ones building the solutions that keep data encrypted and secured. So what does the future of encryption technology look like? YEC members weighed in on this question: Developers are constantly challenged to stay ahead of the game — particularly when it comes to protecting users security. What’s your prediction for the next big idea in encryption technology?… This story continues at The Next Web
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KUALA LUMPUR (May 25): IHH Healthcare Bhd has extended the acceptance period for its enhanced revised offer to acquire a stake in India’s Fortis Healthcare Ltd by another month.
In a filing with the stock exchange, the group said it issued the extension letter today to enable the reconstituted board of Fortis until June 30 for the full consideration and evaluation of the proposal.
“The terms of the revised IHH proposal and enhanced revised IHH proposal remain unchanged and fully valid and in force,” it said in the letter.