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Wire, Mozilla, Cisco, Facebook, Google, INRIA, and Twitter are collaborating towards an enterprise open standards secure messaging protocol called MLS

As the world moves toward end-to-end encryption for personal messaging platforms, businesses are challenged to integrate the same level of security in corporate messaging apps.
Even encryption protocols for person-to-person messaging are still undergoing development. Services want to reduce the amount of sensitive data they store; however, only a few encryption protocols – Signal, for one – have been scrutinized for security.
"In the consumer space there are a few services with end-to-end encryption but in the business space it's very rare," says Raphael Robert, head of security at Wire, which launched in 2014 as a secure messenger primarily built for consumers. Since then, it has repositioned itself to build a secure business collaboration system. Wire is currently in the midst of working to develop Messaging Layer Security (MLS), a new protocol designed to facilitate more secure enterprise messaging platforms. squeet.me/objects/962c3e100c63

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Aid workers warn of catastrophe in Greek refugee camps

At least 24,000 people are trapped in vastly overcrowded Aegean island camps in squalid conditions

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