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Encryption Becomes Business as

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 12-14-2007 Print

Encryption Becomes Business as Usual

Encrypting networks and data is a necessary fallback. Encryption isn't invulnerable; criminals will always attempt to crack it, just as they do antivirus and anti-malware programs. Still, encrypting data is the best last resort when lost or stolen data falls into malevolent hands; it's a technical solution IT departments and vendors can implement. About three-quarters of IT organizations budgeted for encryption in 2007; that percentage is likely to rise. More company data will be encrypted, in 2008 and beyond.
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