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encrypt

[en′kript]
(communications)
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Key Management: The hard part about encrypting data is not how to encrypt it--it's how to manage it.
Our solution adds security layers to Windows Vista by uniquely encrypting individual user's data any where that it is stored on the device, protecting it from internal threats.
Whether you want to or not, you'll have to deal with encrypting stored data, likely sooner rather than later.
Nonetheless, few telephones and computers used by the general public come equipped with either software or microelectronic circuitry for encrypting speech or text.
com will make it simple for German-speaking enterprises to meet international security mandates and policies by encrypting all data on desktops, laptops, and handheld devices.
Asymmetric encryption is based on algorithms that are complex and its performance overhead is more significant making it unsuitable for encrypting very large amounts of data.
Asymmetric encryption is based on algorithms that are more complex and its performance overhead is more significant making it unsuitable for encrypting very large amounts of data.
To guard against illicit data use, consider encrypting data stored on mobile media using secure algorithms; some encryption algorithms, such as AES 256, are virtually unbreakable.
The Rosetta and Hydra PC tokens protect SecureDoc's AES 256-bit encryption keys by encrypting them with Elliptic Curve Cryptography utilizing P-384 keys, the maximum strength "Suite B" algorithms as defined by the National Security Agency and recommended by NIST publication SP-800-78-1 for all government applications after 2010.
For storage media encryption to be applied and managed "invisibly", it requires compressing, encrypting, and authenticating stored data at the block level prior to being written to tape.
UPONUS' patent pending encryption engine, called SASE[TM] (for Safe and Secure Encryption), is capable of encrypting streaming data on-the-fly in both wired and wireless settings with virtually no latency.