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Upcoming EastWest report aims to unlock answers in encryption policy standoff

January 12, 2018 |
Charlie Mitchell
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An upcoming report on encryption by the EastWest Institute, which brings together global stakeholders around economic and security issues, will offer two potential paths out of a seemingly intractable debate between law enforcement and the privacy and technology communities over access to encrypted communications.

Bruce McConnell, EWI's global vice president, told Inside Cybersecurity that the group will release the report at the annual Munich Security Conference to be held Feb. 16-18, suggesting it will come out on the event's opening...


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