Encryption – the only way to protect your data

Some major data loss incidents throughout the public sector have been recently covered by the media. This data loss could have been avoided if they had used an encrypted way of storing data.

Technically they have lost the data; however, if the data would have been encrypted then it would have been invaluable to someone else. An encrypted way of storing data is safe and protects the public if the data is lost or stolen.

The government has procedures in place to make sure data is more expertly protected. These policies are useful but fall short in educating the individuals who need to use them. In short, the government needs to educate their people about the consequences of losing private data.

The basic necessity for data protection is encryption. Encrypted data can only be accessed through the use of a password. Online data backup makes use of this feature to protect data. The data itself is stored in an offsite location for added security.

Data is the base of each and every company. All organisations must have online data backup to retain their data as loss of data is probably the end of the company.

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