Don't-Miss Encryption Stories
Data loss prevention costs money, but I can virtually guarantee that protecting data costs less than the $7.2 million.
Secure your data with powerful, free encryption program TrueCrypt.
This free, open-source encryption program lets you place files and folders in "safes" of any size.
Security vendors are rolling out new technologies designed to let companies take advantage of cloud computing environments without exposing sensitive data...
Version 5 of this USB encrypting software includes a secure browser in the paid version--and neither the paid nor the free version still installs nothing on your PC.
Could much-despised Digital Rights Management (DRM) be an equitable solution to cloud security concerns?
As secure data storage becomes more crucial, more companies are moving to on-board data encryption.
A former government contractor says that the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation installed a number of back doors into the encryption software used by the...
This free security app protects your files in encrypted virtual drives.
WikiLeaks is taking a lot of heat for exposing sensitive information, but the real issue is the fact that WikiLeaks was able to obtain the confidential data in the first place.
New GpCode ransomware variant encrypts files and holds them hostage--extorting $120 in exchange for the key to salvage them.
Compress and encrypts e-mail attachments from directly inside Outlook with WinZip Courier.
Dell Wednesday announced its first endpoint encryption product, along with the possibility of factory installation on certain Dell PCs.
A Firefox plug-in called Firesheep illustrates how easy it is to eavesdrop wireless traffic, and provides the tool to enable anyone to do it.
A Firefox browser add-on called Firesheep makes hacking Facebook, Twitter, and Windows Live accounts a snap over unencrypted wireless networks.