Data encryption no longer enigma, says IDC

Monday, 11 December 2006, 3:03 PM EST

Data encryption is set to go main stream as governments and industry organizations hope to stem the flow of lost, stolen, or misused information hemorrhaging from today's enterprises, according to a multi-client study conducted by IDC. Once reserved for protecting matters of national security, data encryption is expanding to become a viable option for combating emerging threats against computer-based data.

At CIO.

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