Security Efforts for Data In Motion Should Be Put to Rest
by Geoff Barrall - CTO and Founder, BlueArc - Friday, 13 June 2003.
With all the attention being paid to encryption of data in motion, we need new software that introduces keys on both workstations and servers to ensure only trusted users can access the data from trusted workstations. This would raise the security bar and foil remote hacking attempts. In the majority of cases, a continued stream of additional encryption schemes are unlikely to help.

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