Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Encrypt or invite disaster

#104 There has been a lot of focus on encryption lately, given all the data theft recently.There are plenty of options available today for securing/encrypting your data and many of these options are just simply overlooked.Encrypting your data does not have to be an expensive rollout like moving from NT 4.0 to Active Directory.
There are many types of encryption, from complete encryption at the enterprise level down to the often overlooked encryption of an individual’s workstation. Encryption is as important as a firewall. You wouldn’t leave your network unprotected by a firewall -- we all know that’s as foolish as just giving a hacker your enterprise or domain admin password. Nor should you leave your sensitive data unencrypted; encryption ensures that your data is secure.
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