Encryption is not a magic lotion   1 comment

You can’t rub it on your hardware and just assume you’re secure… here is yet another illustration of why. Organizations can’t just adopt encryption technologies and assume that they can then give any employee access to any data. Real data protection policies don’t begin with technology, they begin by limiting access to data.

Here’s the full paper.

Also mentioned here and here.

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Posted February 21, 2008 by padraic2112 in hardware, security, software, tech

One response to “Encryption is not a magic lotion

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  1. Very good information. I agree that you can’t just try to encrypt.

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