There is no cloud — it's just someone else's computer. And you're storing all sorts of sensitive data on it, blindly trusting that this computer will only allow access to authorised users. What if it is compromised? End-to-end encryption avoids ha... Read more
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Diana is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory. Her research focuses on finding ways to decentralise the process of establishing trust, and she is currently experimenting with gossiping as a means of providing key transparency. In her spare time, she's worked at Flexiant, a cloud computing startup based in Scotland, but now spends most of that time with her family and her 2 year old son.