CA extends tape encryption to mainframes

Friday, 12 May 2006, 10:04 AM EST

CA will launch new software on Monday that aims to ease tape encryption and key management for mainframe users, the company said.

The launch comes in the wake of numerous highly-publicized incidents of lost or stolen media that exposed personal data and amid legislation from many U.S. states requiring companies to alert consumers when their personal information has been breached.

At InfoWorld.

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