In response to dramatic and widely publicized losses of data over the last few years, IT execs are moving to deploy encryption in every corner of the enterprise. While encryption does reduce the chances of data loss, it can also create a management nightmare, with dozens of different encryption applications using hundreds or thousands of keys.
To address that problem, vendors have developed enterprise encryption key management tools. Network World tested key management tools from Thales, Venafi and Vormetric and found that each one takes a different approach to solving the problem.
This story, "Key management tools are key to enterprise encryption" was originally published by Network World.
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