Encrypt data or invite disaster

Tuesday, 28 June 2005, 8:09 AM EST

In todayís workplace, stealing information doesnít require a covert Special Forces team: It is often done by an employee armed with a 5 GB USB flash drive. And your unsecured, unencrypted network invites a hacker to compromise a server or workstation holding sensitive data.

But you donít have to be vulnerable. There are plenty of options available today for securing/encrypting your data and many of these options are just overlooked.

By Steven Warren at Datamation.

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