Encryption

For the EU’s New Data Protection Regulation, Encryption Should be the Default

Provided by Thales eSecurity, Inc.

Category Encryption

Type White Paper

Length 16

Publish Date January 06 2016

Date posted April 26 2017

Overview

The EU’s new data protection regulations will come into force in 2018 and will require organizations to reassess the security controls that they have in place. Encryption has a strategic part to play and should be part of the security posture of any organization. This Bloor paper discusses the changes being made to the European data protection landscape and outlines why encryption should be the default choice for protecting data.

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