I can’t listen to that

Value of Privacy in the 60s courtesy of The Andy Griffith Show

Andy Griffith vs the Patriot Act

Growing up in the UK, The Andy Griffith Show is not something I would normally have come across. However a recent article on current.com brought this show and its ‘heart warming’ values to my attention.

It is really interesting to watch this, and see how much the value of privacy has changed since the ’60s.

Debate continues around how much impact the Patriot Act has on the provision, use and risk of using Cloud services in Europe, or indeed elsewhere, and I do not see this coming to a tidy end anytime soon. However, the need for privacy in communications, especially security of email communications has never been higher.

At AzureCoast we have seen many organisations attempt to implement secure email (S/MIME) capabilities, but struggle to maintain the service due to complexities of managing and provisioning certificates and key for hundreds, if not thousands of devices. And this is why we developed HardMail.

If you are an organisation looking to protect your email communications then take a look at the key and certificate management capabilities of HardMail, and get in contact with us to arrange a trial.