More privacy concerns as leaks emerge that NSA can break encrypted data

David Brancaccio Sep 6, 2013
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More privacy concerns as leaks emerge that NSA can break encrypted data

David Brancaccio Sep 6, 2013
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Companies and individuals have new reasons to think about safeguarding their personal and proprietary information, with the latest revelations that National Security Agency codebreakers can now decipher most supposedly “encrypted” data.  The investigative piece by the New York Times, ProPublica, and the Guardian was based on new leaks from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.  Roger Kay, data security expert and founder of Endpoint Technology Associates, joins Marketplace Morning Report host David Brancaccio to discuss. 

Click the audio player above to hear more. And click here to listen to Marketplace Tech host Ben Johnson’s conversation with Jeff Larson from ProPublica, one of the reporters who broke the story

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