Every publicly traded company has an alphabet soup of regulations to follow: SOX, PCI-DSS, HIPAA, SEC/NASD/NASDAQ, etc.

In addition to the standard regulatory reporting requirements, a critical component of most are the protection of private and sensitive data, at rest, in use, and in motion. Some include specific implementation requirements, while others simply demand appropriate encryption.

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