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Daily Dashboard | An NSA-Resistant Cloud Storage Solution? Related reading: WP29 on data breach notification

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File-sharing service Box is working on a cloud storage solution that would put the encryption keys into the hands of its customers instead of the company, Ars Technica reports. Box cofounder and CEO Aaron Levie said the current architecture of the company resembles that of Google or Microsoft “in that we are encrypting all the data on both transit and storage, but we obviously have to manage the encryption key because as a collaborative application we have to broker that exchange between multiple users.” Yet, with some forecasting a $180 billion loss in U.S.-based IT businesses in the wake of the NSA disclosures, the move to provide an “NSA-resistant” service is alluring. Levie said the company is “exploring ways that in the future our customer would be responsible for its keys, and that’s something we may make available to some of the largest organizations.” In other cloud computing news, Sweden’s data protection authority has ordered a Stockholm-based municipality to cease using Google Apps because it may contravene Sweden’s Data Protection Act.
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