Digital Security and the Supreme Court by Richard Blech
The recent Supreme Court ruling in Riley v. California has leveled the playing field between the analog and digital worlds. SCOTUS ruled that law enforcement need a warrant to search your cell phone: http://recode.net/2014/06/25/police-need-a-warrant-to-search-your-cellphone-supreme-court-says/
The Court does seem to get it. Data is valuable and protecting it in digital form is no different than a paper document that’s locked away in a vault. Cybercriminals will break the law to get to your data, and if they get it they can crush the business. Companies should be able to fully protect and preserve their data. As the sophistication and capabilities of today’s hackers continues to advance, so should the level of encryption that would be required to thwart those capabilities. This would not prevent law enforcement from properly acting, just as they do now by following due process, which means find probable cause and getting warrants.
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