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New 'Stealth' Technology Secures Data On Shared Networks

Written by Daniel
Wednesday, 19 November 2008
Unisys combines encryption and bit-splitting to keep data all in the workgroup

Nov 18, 2008 | 05:11 PM
By Tim Wilson

The problem seems simple: How can data be transmitted over a large, shared network, yet restricted so that only a small group of individuals on the network can read it?

The possible answers, as most security professionals will tell you, are anything but simple. [Front page....]
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