Post-encryption security

Thursday, 1 June 2006, 12:50 AM EST

Last month I reviewed Voltage Security's secure email product, a worthy exercise since email is the most common method of transmitting documents from one department to another.

But what about the shared file server where all the documents are stored? And what if someone decides to download those files or send those files to their home computer? Or worse, what if they hand those documents over to a competitor, unwittingly or otherwise?

At EIT.

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