Encryption vital to stem 'haemorrhaging' data

Wednesday, 6 December 2006, 1:07 PM EST

Data encryption is set to go mainstream as organisations move to stem the " haemorrhaging flows" of lost, stolen or misused information, industry experts have predicted.

IDC noted that encryption, once reserved for protecting matters of national security, is expanding to become a viable option for combating emerging threats against computer-based data.

At vnunet.

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