Mandated encryption backdoors? Such a bad idea, says cybersecurity agency | ZDNet
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Mandated encryption backdoors? Such a bad idea, says cybersecurity agency | ZDNet


EU security agency ENISA has warned policy makers against limiting any security features in software, even if that makes lawful interception harder.

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Encryption is a necessity for the Internet Economy. Without encryption there is no way of proving identity in for instance an online bank transaction.

Businesses and ordinary people must be able to stay safe in their communication. Safe from hackers, no-morale competitors, foreign governments, etc.

A ban on encryption will not stop the "bad guys" from using such technology, just law abiding "good guys".

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