10 Simple Rules for Implementing an Encryption Strategy
Organizations are becoming more and more proactive about data security, with data encryption viewed as a core element to their defensive measures.
Encryption of data is being adopted at a rapid rate to comply with industry regulations, protect intellectual property, obtain safe harbor from data breachdisclosure laws, and effectively manage risk. As encryption proliferates, IT professionals are making critical decisions that directly contribute to, or detract from, an organization's ability to effectively manage encryption keys and data security.
Data is an organization's most valuable asset and it must be protected.
Designing and implementing an encryption strategy is not complicated if you understand the needs of your organization and establish the right decision-making criteria for encryption solutions. Simplicity, breadth, manageability and efficiency are the primary requirements security-minded organizations must build into their encryption strategy. A solution that has the least complexity will make the jobs of IT professionals easier, be more cost-effective and time-efficient, while at the same time protecting data and meeting compliance standards.
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