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PC Encryption: Eyes Wide Open
PC Encryption; Eyes Wide Open. Browse a Selection of Reviews for PC Encryption. While the virtues of encrypting PC data are extolled by vendors and the press alike, some painful truths go largely unmentioned. Whether necessary for compliance or state breach disclosure law, or for doing business in a state requiring it, encryption is necessary but difficult. Learn where existing encryption solutions are failing, and find out how emerging tools and trends can make encryption better, and easier.

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: wasn’t as if PC data encryption wasn’t already available. It was. In 1991 Philip Zimmermann developed PGP ( Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) , free open source fi le encryption. In 1993, Microsoft incorporated Encrypting File System (EFS) into several versions of its NT operating system. Used correctly and diligently, these tools offered a perfectly reasonable way to shield sensitive data on a lost or stolen PC. Problem solved, right? Not quite. These tools relied on the individual user’s diligence to be e
8/23/2009 10:28:00 PM

NIST Certification for AES Encryption
Consult the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)for Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption.Read this whitepaper. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) defines the standard for Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption, and provides a rigorous testing process for software vendors. The AES certification process tests every aspect of encryption and involves millions of operations. Discover a solution that has achieved AES validation for all key sizes and modes of operation, on every major enterprise platform.

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4/13/2010 5:28:00 PM

End-to-end Encryption Security Requirements
The Secure POS Vendors Alliance (SPVA) commissioned the End-to-end Security workgroup to provide clear guidelines on the application of encryption technology to payment card data used for retail financial transactions. This document addresses encrypting payment card data in tamper-resistant security modules.

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: addresses encrypting payment card data in tamper-resistant security modules. End-to-end Encryption Security Requirements style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Source: Secure Pos Vender Alliance Learn more about Secure Pos Vender Alliance Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation 3 Key Areas to Reduce Costs with Lean Techniques TEC 2012 Supply Chain Management Buyer s Guide Ten Keys for Project Success Create an
5/27/2010 9:32:00 AM

Managing Encryption Keys: Best Practices for Ensuring Data Recoverability
Managing Encryption Keys: Best Practices for Ensuring Data Recoverability. Search for Report or Guide for Ensuring Data Recoverability. Heightened awareness of vulnerabilities in sensitive stored data has resulted in the increased application of encryption technology. To secure data at rest, a well-defined process for handling the keys used to encrypt data—as well as the keys used to safeguard the data encryption keys—is essential. With the proper key management controls in place, companies can ensure that data is effectively secured and recoverable.

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: used to safeguard the data encryption keys—is essential. With the proper key management controls in place, companies can ensure that data is effectively secured and recoverable. Managing Encryption Keys: Best Practices for Ensuring Data Recoverability style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Asset Management,   Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS),   IT Asset Management (ITAM),   Business Intelligence and Data Management,   Development,  
7/26/2007 1:52:00 PM

Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data
Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data.Reports and Other Software System to Use In Your System for Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data. Imperfect product data can erode your gross margin, frustrate both your customers and your employees, and slow new sales opportunities. The proven safeguards are automated data cleansing, systematic management of data processes, and margin optimization. Real dollars can be reclaimed in the supply chain by making certain that every byte of product information is accurate and synchronized, internally and externally.

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: Margin over Continously Cleansed Data Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data Source: epaCUBE Document Type: White Paper Description: Imperfect product data can erode your gross margin, frustrate both your customers and your employees, and slow new sales opportunities. The proven safeguards are automated data cleansing, systematic management of data processes, and margin optimization. Real dollars can be reclaimed in the supply chain by making certain that every byte of product information
6/20/2006 9:23:00 AM

Data Quality Basics
Bad data threatens the usefulness of the information you have about your customers. Poor data quality undermines customer communication and whittles away at profit margins. It can also create useless information in the form of inaccurate reports and market analyses. As companies come to rely more and more on their automated systems, data quality becomes an increasingly serious business issue.

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: Data Quality Basics Data Quality Basics Source: Trillium Software Document Type: White Paper Description: Bad data threatens the usefulness of the information you have about your customers. Poor data quality undermines customer communication and whittles away at profit margins. It can also create useless information in the form of inaccurate reports and market analyses. As companies come to rely more and more on their automated systems, data quality becomes an increasingly serious business issue. Data
10/27/2006 4:30:00 PM

Captured by Data
The benefits case for enterprise asset management (EAM) has been used to justify huge sums in EAM investment. But to understand this reasoning, it is necessary to explore how asset data can be used to further the aims of maintenance.

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: Captured by Data Captured by Data Daryl Mather - August 23, 2006 Read Comments Enterprise Asset Management Systems and the Aims of Modern Maintenance Since the late 1980s, enterprise asset management (EAM) vendors throughout the world have pitched their products based partly on the ability to capture, manipulate, and analyze historical failure data. Part of the stated benefits case is often the ability to highlight the causes for poor performing assets, provide the volume and quality of information for
8/23/2006

The Necessity of Data Warehousing
An explanation of the origins of data warehousing and why it is a crucial technology that allows businesses to gain competitive advantage. Issues regarding technology selection and access to historical 'legacy' data are also discussed.

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: The Necessity of Data Warehousing The Necessity of Data Warehousing M. Reed - August 2, 2000 Read Comments The Necessity of Data Warehousing M. Reed - August 2, 2000 Why the market is necessary Data warehousing is an integral part of the information age . Corporations have long known that some of the keys to their future success could be gleaned from their existing data, both current and historical. Until approximately 1990, many factors made it difficult, if not impossible, to extract this data and turn
8/2/2000

Retrofitting Data Centers
Most data centers were never designed to be data centers. Organizations are struggling to put a

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: Retrofitting Data Centers Retrofitting Data Centers Source: SharkRack Document Type: White Paper Description: Most data centers were never designed to be data centers. Organizations are struggling to put a finger in the dam to keep up with the speed of change, but budgetary restrictions are such that there is only so much a data center team can do. Learn ways to maximize your data center budget, and find out how unexpected savings in some areas can help cover expenses in other areas. Retrofitting Data
1/21/2010 12:30:00 PM

Data Conversion in an ERP Environment
Converting data in any systems implementation is a high wire act. Converting data in an ERP environment should only be undertaken with a safety net, namely a well thought-out plan of execution. This article discusses the guidelines for converting data when considering manual or electronic alternatives.

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: Data Conversion in an ERP Environment Data Conversion in an ERP Environment Joseph J. Strub - October 21, 2002 Read Comments Introduction Converting data in any systems implementation is a high wire act. Converting data in an ERP environment should only be undertaken with a safety net, namely a well thought-out plan of execution. This article discusses the guidelines for converting data when considering manual or electronic alternatives. First, let me start out by saying that data conversion is not an art
10/21/2002

SAS Puts the “E” in “Data”
SAS Institute has applied its data mining technology to the Internet. The company released products that will help companies analyze and predict the behavior of Web surfers. The target customer is one with large volumes of enterprise data that come from a variety of sources.

DATA ENCRYPTION SECURITY: provide analysis of the data collected at a website. Although the announcement covers three products, the SAS strategy is to present a solution that encompasses all of the data mining needs in a large enterprise. The WebHound product is a high-end clickstream analysis product. It analyzes the paths taken by customers viewing a website and can both produce standard traffic reports and answer ad hoc questions about the behavior of individuals or groups. E-Discovery is a data-mining product that can
3/27/2000


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