U2 security in motion

Thursday, 11 September 2008, 10:43 AM EST

Good data governance practices and regulatory compliance requires securing data while in motion to prevent eavesdroppers from viewing sensitive information. IBM UniData and UniVerse (U2) provide the tools that conform to open encryption and SSL standards that enable protection of data stream and the information inside it. The U2 tools, in conjunction with other popular developer framework tools, help create a solution ready for the global economy. Explore the four worlds of Information Security using BASIC, C#, Java programming, and scripting languages to secure the transmission of information.

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