Too many organizations pay only lip service to the practice of encrypting important information, increasing the likelihood that they will suffer a cyber attack.
According to a new study from Osterman Research, while email encryption is a “critical” or “very important” business priority for 53 percent of organizations, it is only being used “extensively” by 40 percent of organizations.
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