The Paragon Initiative has a recent post to their blog that's kicking off a new series of posts called "Slice of PIE". In these posts they hope to provide answers in a Q&A style, answering questions commonly asked of them via Twitter or other means.
Astute readers have noticed that our blog posts have decreased in frequency this year. We put a heavy emphasis on quality, not so much on quantity.
At the same time, we field a lot of questions on social media, where our answers (and, sometimes, the questions themselves) are difficult to locate, especially when people close or lock their accounts.
With both of these thoughts in mind, I asked my Twitter followers if they'd be interested in a Q&A-style blog series. I expected maybe a 55:45 split on yes/no responses, but the final tally was overwhelmingly "Yes".
So with that in mind, I'd like to introduce the pilot for our new series, Slice of PIE.
In this inaugural edition they start by sharing how readers can get their questions answered and what kinds of questions will be answered. To kick things off they answer a question about the use of asymmetric encryption and comparing it to hybrid encryption.