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en·cryp·tion

(en-krip'shŭn)
The scrambling of electronic information being stored and sent so that if someone wrongly receives such information it will not be readable.
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The detailed report published by Market Research Future (MRFR) projects that the global encryption software market is marked to expand remarkably at a CAGR 24% during the forecast period of 2017-2023 and reach the market valuation of USD 13 Bn by the end of the assessment period.
Without a national encryption policy, we cannot effectively protect personal data, leaving individuals susceptible to attacks from bad actors.
Most smartphones today support storage encryption by employing the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), which they have hardware support for with the ARMv8 Cryptography Extensions.
Encryption is a method of scrambling information to ensure that it is unintelligible to anyone who does not have the proper key -- most often a passcode -- to unscramble it.
"Since 2015, states have intensified their efforts to weaken encryption used in widely available communications products and services," the report said.
Since the BitLocker Device Encryption software is integrated directly into Microsoft Windows 10, it is probably the most obvious application on this list.
Only 34 per cent of respondents in the Middle East reported that their organisation has an encryption strategy applied consistently across their enterprise.
The report, based on independent research by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by Thales, explores encryption deployment trends in the Middle East, strategy and adoption of encryption to secure data within cloud applications, as well as threats, main drivers and priorities for the industry.
Recognized to be the unique 256-bit block encryption algorithm that possesses security levels and processing abilities comparable to AES - BestCrypt's default option - the Camellia cipher can easily be selected when creating a new container.
Fie said that the number of inaccessible devices was nearly 7,800, adding that the inability to break the encryption on those devices--despite having warrants to access the data stored on them--hinders the agency's work.
IronClad Encryption Corporation (OTCQB: IRNC) has announced that its ultra-secure ICE Phone passed a series of performance tests run by embedded software development firm PollenTech Oy, the company said.
Christopher Wray, the director of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), reported the agency has attempted and failed to extract data from nearly 7,000 mobile devices thanks to encryption, the (http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-41721354) BBC reported.

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