CHICAGO, Feb. 21, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- In his latest Built In Chicago article, journalist Alton Zenon III, wrote:
"Digital security is everything these days, as news of data breaches are becoming as commonplace as weather updates. But investing in security can be expensive and time-consuming, and require a lot of technical knowledge. And even after you implement all the protections you think you need, there may be a hidden pathway to your data you aren't even aware of. Diamond Key Security is out to change all of that with its cryptography and encryption hardware."
The article comes at a defining moment for DKS, a nonprofit organization gearing up to conduct a PR and fundraising campaign raising awareness about cyber security and support in its quest to ensure a safe, secure Internet for everyone.
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Diamond Key Security Managing Director, W. Stuart Jones states, "Our organization, Diamond Key Security, was founded because every second of every day, sensitive information—from credit card numbers and health care information to classified military intelligence—is transmitted online. Data breaches are becoming increasingly prevalent, and every Internet-enabled device and network is at risk. The average person is defenseless against the tremendous online threats. When one person is at risk; we all are at risk - this article underscores the importance of cryptography—and DKS' critical role in making the Internet safer."
About Diamond Key Security
Diamond Key Security, headquartered in Palatine, Illinois, was formed in March 2017 as a not-for-profit corporation described under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Its educational, charitable, and scientific purposes include conducting scientific research in the development, enhancement, and deployment of transparent, auditable cryptographic technologies—helping to safeguard the internet for the public good. For more information, visit dkey.org.
Sylvia R. Hampton, MSM
Hampton Bates Public Relations
SOURCE Diamond Key Security