Encryption prevents red faces

Every week brings another public announcement on some dramatic compromise of confidential, sensitive information. Sometimes, it's the loss, or theft, of a computer or hard drive or the hacking of supposedly confidential files containing individuals' private, identifying data, such as credit-card numbers or health records.

by Dr David Taylor, vice president, data security strategies, Protegrity

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