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encrypt

(ĕn-krĭpt′) [″ + Gr. kryptos, hidden]
To disguise; to shield from view by representing one symbolic character with another.
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Also, unlike encryption through individual tape drives, libraries encrypt all backed up data.
Since the appliance encrypts just block data, it will support storage virtualization as well.
Luminex's Channel Gateway 3400 streams data from mainframe FICON and ESCON channels, at channel speed, to Fibre Channel fabrics and provides the ability to securely encrypt mainframe tape data with no impact to mainframe MIPS, no new tape media and no process changes.
The ability to encrypt and de-encrypt communications on-the-fly with virtually no latency and very little overhead utilization means that our data security applications can become standard element of every communications system.
Organizations need to look to solutions that will provide the necessary speed and control to encrypt data across traffic streams to effectively plug these security gaps.
The virus reportedly encrypts files with various extensions including, but not limited to: .
com) offers a line of products that encrypts information and removes Internet traces.
Windows BitLocker encrypts the Windows Vista operating system, securing against outside threats, such as thieves or unauthorized users attempting to access a stolen or unattended laptop.