Two years ago, WikiLeaks posted 400,000 pages on the Iraq War that the Pentagon called "the largest leak of classified documents in its history." The problem? 4.8 million people have access to classified U.S. government information. Nearly all of those also have access to email.
Feds think encryption, among other security measures, should keep this type of sensitive data safe. But what if encryption isn't the answer? What if encryption is part of the problem?
MeriTalk surveyed government security professionals and email administrators to better understand their awareness of, and attitudes toward, email security and encryption issues
Download "The Encryption Enigma Report" to find out:
- How Federal security professionals and email administrators view the potential threats associated with email encryption and digital signatures
- Which types of security solutions are currently in place – and if Federal security professionals and email administrators think they are working
- How agencies can improve their email systems and keep sensitive information from passing through agency walls
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