You’ve heard of Signal, but what about LockDown?

Last week, following a viral tweet from Elon Musk, Signal became the #1 downloaded free app in both the Apple App and Google Play stores. Here at LockDown, we’re often … Read More

The SolarWinds Hack Screams Need for Containerization

The SolarWinds hack that impacted the U.S. Treasury, Department of Homeland Security and Commerce departments, as well as other government agencies and private companies was a big wake up call … Read More

Why privacy matters more than we think.

What is privacy? Contrary to widespread belief, privacy is more than just personal identifying information, medical records, and personal communication. Privacy, by our definition, includes any digital information you decide … Read More

LockDown’s most loved security features – and how to use them

Hey there, this is Annie from LockDown. During my last 2 years on the team, one of my favorite opportunities has been listening to the needs of our users and … Read More

Do college students care about privacy?

The world of data privacy, access control, and cyber hygiene is uncharted territory for most college students. I never used to worry about where I stored my passwords, and, frankly, … Read More

What if Signal, Slack, and Box had a baby?

I caught up with some family members over Thanksgiving and the conversation turned to LockDown. They’re pretty business savvy, so they understood when I jokingly described LockDown as “Signal, Slack … Read More

What you may not know about 2FA

If you’re like most people, you’ve been happy with the shift from PINs, to thumb print scans, to biometric/faceID scans as a method for authenticating on your smartphone. Without a … Read More

Security Best Practices You Should Implement Now

Good cyber hygiene isn’t only important at work, but also at home. Below are a few key pointers for people looking to improve their remote office and home cyber security. … Read More

Why every HR team needs stronger communication security…now

A staggering 91% of data breaches occur at the communication layer – with email being the primary source. While some breaches are caused by phishing attacks, many information leaks result … Read More

What happens when you click delete?

Wouldn’t it be great if your data was erased when you click delete? This might sound like an odd question. The assumption when deleting a picture, video, document or account, … Read More

Working at a Cybersecurity Startup: An Intern Perspective

Ari Kesler LockDown Intern 2020   This past summer I completed an internship with LockDown, “an all-in-one platform to easily store, share & communicate confidential or sensitive information with complete … Read More

Working at a Cybersecurity Startup: An Intern Perspective (Pt 2)

Madelyn LockDown Intern 2020   This May, I had the wonderful opportunity to start a summer internship with LockDown. As a marketing and entrepreneurship major, I was beyond excited to … Read More

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