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(computer science) the encryption of data for security purposes

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Hubwoo's Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) capability takes place at the database level, ensuring the protection of customer data against access from unauthorized users, safeguarding competitive information such as source of supply, award decisions, volume and unit price information.
Porticor consolidated with Microsoft's Transparent Data Encryption protects data via strong encryption, and also safeguards it from 'root' access by administrators.
Swiss-based encryption company Adeya announced on Thursday the launch of its new data encryption solution for BlackBerry smartphones.
Data encryption may be one means of enforcing the policies--for example, rules about what information employees are allowed to access and share, and how they are allowed to use USB thumb drives and other removable media.
In 1977 the Data Encryption Standard (DES and later Triple DES) was adopted in the United States as the first federal standard.
The addition of the four key slots allows much more flexibility when using DESlock+," said David Tomlinson, managing director at Data Encryption Systems.
In the past, companies considered data encryption of backup tapes to be too costly and technologically challenging.
Computing security expert, "Unlike common security solutions available today that implement one of the publicly available open key encryption algorithms PassMonster uses coupled 128 bit and 256 bit data encryption making it almost impossible to use so called 'smart hacks' involving math formulae to break into encrypted data.
ezNcrypt for Databases[TM] Provides Transparent Data Encryption for Popular Open Source Database
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-May 16, 2011-Laplink introduces PC Lock data encryption software(C)1995-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Oracle Applications Now Certified with Oracle Advanced Security's Transparent Data Encryption Feature
The risk has reached a level that data encryption is being implemented for stored data in addition to the traditional use of encrypting data in transit.
The study, released 23 December 2003, describes PC Guardian as the leading "challenger" in a crowded field of data encryption software solutions, ahead of solutions developed by numerous other firms, including IBM and Microsoft.
System-embedded security controls that can enhance the privacy and confidentiality of information processed across Internet architectures include data encryption, digital signatures, secure sockets layer (SSL), and cryptographic protocols such as hypertext transfer protocol over SSL (HTTPS).
The AES replaces the Data Encryption Standard (DES) which NIST adopted as a FIPS in 1977 for federal agency use in the protection of sensitive, unclassified information.
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