Encryption fosters trust in online interactions and in legal procedure. We fight to protect it.
Security impacts all Internet users and all Internet service providers. For Internet infrastructure providers, encryption ensures that data flows remain unreadable to unintended recipients such as malicious hackers and government agencies.
Credit cards and personal information leaks due to data breaches regularly make headlines involving compromises that could have been avoided if strong encryption procedures were used.
Additionally, many law enforcement agencies and governments have been pushing for backdoor access to encrypted data, not understanding that built-in security weaknesses could be exploited by bad actors.
We educate government and businesses on the importance of full, end-to-end encryption and its impact on security and privacy.
Recent Updates On Encryption
Encryption: Balancing The Needs Of Law Enforcement And The Fourth Amendment Testimony
i2Coalition Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board, David Snead appeared at a congressional summit on encryption at Rice University.
i2Coalition And Members At SXSW 2016: Event List
The i2Coalition will once again be attending SXSW in Austin, Texas for the 5th straight year.
See You At WHDglobal 2016!
We have been heavily featured on the agenda of WHDglobal and WHDusa since our inception, and look forward to engaging the industry at these events every year.
Undermining Encryption Could Break The Economy
It’s hard to forget that the company at the heart of the FBI encryption debate right now is Apple, literally the biggest company in the world.
Not Caring About Encryption Backdoors Is The Ultimate First World Problem
Over the holidays, I ran into a good friend at a party who challenged the notion that encryption backdoors were something we should be fighting to prevent.
Comments Presented To UK Parliament on Snooper’s Charter
i2Coalition recently responded to the UK Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee request for evidence on the “Snooper’s Charter” or Draft Investigatory Powers Bill.