Ok so ONLY the employment data of 29,000 FB employees was stolen with that unencrypted hard drive (no user’s data) but still, from a company’s cybersecurity protocol point of view that’s unacceptable.
As discussed previously the Helix SDK we created can fix those problems as well. It created full, end-to-end protection for all 3 states of data existence: at rest (which would have protected the FB employees data exposed in this article), in use, and in transit.
Providing above top secret level protection plus post quantum immunity it’s not something you see every day in deployed systems.
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