Data encryption: Pre-implementation best practices

Data encryption: Pre-implementation best practices

Data encryption: Pre-implementation best practices

Date: Apr 20, 2009

Encryption is one of the must-have technologies for financial institutions, but implementation can be a tricky process.

In this video, Eric Leighninger of Allstate Insurance Co. offers best practices on laying the groundwork for full-disk encryption in your enterprise.

Check out the other videos in this series:

  • Part one: Data encryption: Pre-implementation best practices
  • Part two: Data encryption: Lessons learned from implementation
  • Part three: Q&A with Eric Leighninger

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