Munish Pruthi
Mar 16, 2016 · 1 min read

Apple Actively Working to ‘Double Down’ on iCloud Encryption

MacRumours Article

I hope more organisations will follow.

Currently, encrypted data kept on the cloud service is accessible by Apple using a key, which is used for restoring account information if, for example, a user forgets their password. Apple’s access also allows the company to provide relevant information it has to law enforcement agencies that approach it with proper, legal requests.

However, Apple appears to be concerned that keeping a copy of the key means it could be compromised by hackers or that the company could be legally compelled to turn it over to governments.

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