Keys to a secret network

Wednesday, 6 October 2004, 2:43 PM EST

Seclarity's SiNic combines hardware encryption and granular policy management to lock down private LANs.

If you want to keep an e-mail message, a file, or a database record private, you encrypt it and you make sure that only authorized users receive the key. Not especially difficult, as long as it involves a single application (such as e-mail), a relatively small amount of data, or only a few users. But how would you bring the same level of security to an entire project or workgroup?

By Brian Chee and Oliver Rist at IT Manager's Journal.

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