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nchristine
12 weeks ago

The term “tokenization” came up during a presentation on data security today, but it wasn’t really explained. What is tokenization?

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rcook12
25 weeks ago

I did not realize until a week or so ago that many copy machines have an on-board hard drive that stores copies of the documents that are, er, copied....

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Edgar Ed
25 weeks ago

What's the best encryption client for cloud (regardless of service provider) for PC/MAC/IOS/Android?

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