Securing the point of use: the new foundation for data security

Wednesday, 15 February 2006, 12:06 AM EST

Information is a growing fraction of corporate wealth. Quality information is hard to acquire and easy to lose. The good news is that information is easy to move and easy to alter - but in a world of burgeoning threats to data, that is also bad news. As complex as information security needs are, more complexity is not the answer. All of us on the good side need help that isn't infantile, rocket science or pandering. This paper is that help. The future of data security lies at the point of use. Learn why from one of today's leading security experts, Daniel E. Geer, Jr., ScD.

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