Five mistakes of data encryption

Monday, 26 February 2007, 10:22 AM EST

If you follow the media today, you might conclude that data encryption is everywhere. However, is this "good" encryption? A classic saying "Encryption is easy; key management is hard" illustrates one of the pitfalls that await those implementing encryption enterprise-wide or even SMB-wide. This article covers some of the other mistakes that often occur when organizations try to use encryption to protect data at rest and data in transit and thus improve their security posture.

At Computerworld.

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