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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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Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a technology that can search encrypted character strings in their encrypted state.
Automation ensures that keys are available when and where encrypted information is read.
General set up would be something like "whatever can be encrypted has to be encrypted" and every message that is sent to the internet will be encrypted if possible.
What better way is there to be secure in your papers than to have them encrypted in a code that the government cannot read?
Siafu Swarm IP Encrypted SAN Appliances are available in 1U, 2U, 3U and 6U configurations with storage capacities ranging from 1TB to 7.
Echoworx Encrypted Documents is an important addition to our endpoint data loss prevention suite of services, and most recently in the United Kingdom, one of our customers was awarded the prestigious GC Data Security Award, for their implementation of Encrypted Documents.
Information from any telephone or computer would pass through the chip to be encrypted, and a corresponding chip attached to the recipient's telephone or computer would decipher the message.
Officials with Senforce said that the addition of data encryption in ESS expands the company's existing array of endpoint security services by providing the ability for users to lock down critical information stored on their computers, transparently share encrypted files within defined groups, and even share encrypted files with users outside of the enterprise, all while managing the secure flow of data onto mobile devices.
NET encrypted email(SM) gives small and medium size businesses (SMBs), and larger enterprises an easy to use and cost effective solution that ensures the confidentiality of all outgoing email, be it highly sensitive business data or regulatory data subject to mandated security.
CREDANT Mobile Guardian, allows an administrator to control access to users' encrypted data, so that outsourced IT technicians who service a computer can complete maintenance without having access to the sensitive data inside.
In theory, only the person or machine doing the scrambling and the recipient of the cyphertext know how to decrypt or unscramble the data since it will have been encrypted using an agreed-upon set of keys.