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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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The cooperation with Lets Encrypt affirms our commitment to providing the highest possible grade of security.
Re-keying is the operation where a new key is used to encrypt and decrypt data.
Ease of Implementation and Management: You've already got backup software, you're already using it, and you can keep on using it when you use it to encrypt data.
The decision about what disk data to encrypt should ultimately stem from a data classification exercise.
NetSign Privacy Manager's File Guard will encrypt files and directories--locking them and preventing them from being read by anyone who does not possess the correct certificate and password.
Since the appliance encrypts just block data, it will support storage virtualization as well.