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AES-256 and Reputational Risk

I came across this excellent article while looking for something different. Dr O’Connor succinctly sums up the idea of impossible, and more impossible when talking about the relative key lengths of encryption algorithms.

Reputational risk is something that everyone understands, particularly businesses who regard their brand as one of their most critical assets. There is considerable trust in the security of AES-256, both in the public and commercial sectors. Reputational risk to AES-256 has a very high impact, and we therefore hope, a very low likelihood of occurrence.

AES-256 and Reputational Risk

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