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May 16, 2019

A Token for Your Thoughts on Vaultless Tokenization

In our efforts to fulfill our clients’ growing data storage and security demands, we often research new methods to perform our mission and carefully weigh whether or not these discoveries serve our clients’ best interests. Encryption schemes come..

May 14, 2019

The Four Most Important Takeaways for Technical Safeguards and Compliance

StrongKey and Smith Anderson Law recently co-hosted a round table discussion on technical safeguards with approximately 20 executives from industries including government, healthcare, software, IT, and AI in attendance. This diverse group of..

May 7, 2019

StrongKey COO Joins North Carolina Tech Association Board of Advisors

Community-Minded Tech Executive Aims to Nurture the North Carolina Tech Sector

April 3, 2019

StrongKey Secures Certification for Open-Source FIDO2 Server

Data Security Company Strengthens Alignment with New Industry Standard for Strong Authentication to Move Toward a Password-Free Society

March 12, 2019

StrongKey Awarded Cyber Defense Magazine InfoSec Award 2019 for Leading Edge Encryption

 Leader in Enterprise Key Management Infrastructure Recognized for Solutions That Make Breaches Irrelevant

February 26, 2019

StrongKey Announces FIDO Server as Free Open-Source Software

Open-Source FIDO Server Enables Rapid Application Development and Integration for the Latest in Crypto-based Authentication

January 24, 2019

StrongKey Urges Adoption of FIDO Protocols in Healthcare

Data Privacy and Security Company’s Offerings Use FIDO Protocols to Provide Strongest Data Protection Available Today

January 15, 2019

3 Ways to Get a Head Start in the Age of Privacy

There is a lot to think about with the impending Age of Privacy hanging over all of us. As written in Corporate Compliance Insights, there are three key steps to take when considering how to improve your business' privacy practices to comply with..

January 1, 2019

StrongKey's Why: A New Year, Striving for the Same Goal

As we plan for 2019, our team is also taking time to review how 2018 played out for us, for our customers, and for the world. 2018 wasn’t a great year for data security at many companies. Over 800 breaches were made public, many of which were..