processes need to support secure storage of copies of keys--away from the data they encrypted.
For most of the post-World War II era, the government didn't need a general policy on encryption
ai/arms-trafficker) that asks web-surfers an international arms dealer" by clicking on a three-line encryption
program he that then sends it over the Internet to the Caribbean island of Anguilla where he resides.
The basic idea of key-based encryption
means that a block, file or other unit of data is scrambled in a way so that the original information is hidden within a level of encryption
com team does have it right that encryption
policy is a hot issue - and likely to remain one, as governments everywhere grapple with the prospect of losing the ability to snoop into citizens' private communications and data at will.
It's an invitation for law enforcement agencies (including tax collectors) to monitor anyone who uses encryption
Securing the Tape Library: Implementing data protection at the tape library would add encryption
to the media management and compression capabilities available in most libraries.
As a result, software makers have not developed the strongest possible encryption
programs for the general public because they won't write separate programs for domestic and foreign customers.
Additional safeguards should be reviewed to further enhance data integrity and confidentiality--namely, stored data authentication and encryption
By criminalizing messages in cyberspace that would, in print, never attract a second look from prosecutors, Washington's language cops have ignored a tool that could empower people to protect themselves from materials they dislike: data encryption