Why Automating Encryption and Decryption Makes Good Cybersecurity Sense

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Defense. That’s the tactic organizations and their IT teams need to take against cybersecurity threats. One such move is the implementation of encryption and decryption of data.

Encryption is a method of encoding data (messages or files) so that it is unusable or unreadable until it is decrypted. With encryption in place, only authorized parties with keys can read or access that data.

Furthermore, encryption technology can provide assurance of data integrity as some algorithms offer protection against forgery and tampering.

Not every message or piece of data is for everyone’s eyes. That’s the basic premise of why organizations need encryption, but how does it work? Do you need different types of encryption for different situations? Can encryption be integrated with your existing business technology?

Read this white paper to learn the answers to these questions and more!

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