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encrypt

[en′kript]
(communications)
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3CX, working with Lets Encrypt, is able to provide trusted security certificates for its customers.
Always Encrypted also fully encrypts data at rest, in memory, and in-flight.
Stunnel or SSH can also be used to encrypt transmissions.
The solution already enables employees to encrypt files at their option but the new version helps companies mitigate the risk of liability for employees who forget to encrypt and protect sensitive data.
a unique key generated for each tape) provide greater security than a single key generated to encrypt data on all tapes in the enterprise.
Last but not least: Users have willingly to encrypt messages.
One key, which is openly available, is used to encrypt information; the other key, known only to the intended recipient (or encoded in the smart card), is used to decipher the message.
They described a radically new kind of code in which the key used to encrypt a message would be different from the key used to decrypt it.
After the data is formatted by the backup software, a network encryption appliance can encrypt data before it's sent to the library.
There's no need to keep the second key secret because, in principle, there should be no way to figure out the private-key from knowledge of the public key Thus, everyone has a private key and a public key, which they can then use to encrypt or decrypt messages.