NETWORK AND DATA SECURITY
In the digital age, cryptography has advanced to address the encryption and decryption of private communications through the internet and computer systems, a branch of cyber and network security, in a manner which is far more complex than anything in the world of cryptography. Advancements in mobile technology in terms of hardware and software and growing spiking of smartphones are likely to further the demand for even more robust encryption by 2025.
The software segment accounted for the majority of the encryption software market with around 80% share in 2019 and is expected to maintain its dominance over the forecast time span. Encryption software emerged as a viable solution for ensuring compliance with data privacy regulations.
Intellectual property and cybersecurity affect our lives more than most people are aware. Learning the basics of both provides a unique perspective on just how much both topics influence the world around us and help color the decisions we make—from business decisions to financial decisions, to the use of technology in protecting our data and IP assets. Obtaining the advice and guidance of counsel is a relatively simple and inexpensive way to protect a company’s proprietary technology and avoid common pitfalls of such lawsuits.
Copperpod provides Patent Portfolio, Claim Chart, Prior Art Search and Reverse Engineering services to help attorneys dig deep into computer technology products. Our experts are well versed with Java, Objective-C, C/C++, PHP and most other popular programming languages, as well as expertise on security and cryptography standards such as DES, AES, RSA, OpenPGP, MD5, SHA-1, SHA-2, DSA and WEP to provide clients with unparalleled insights and thorough analysis during IP monetization and litigation.
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