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Understanding the True Cost of Data Encryption - Like Never Before

Dr. Larry Ponemon, Ponemon Institute, LLC
World renowned Dr. Larry Ponemon – chairman and founder of the Ponemon Institute presents a revolutionary study on the True cost of Data Encryption. The author who brought us the “Cost of a Data Breach in 2012” and the “Billion Dollar Lost Laptop Study” now turns his eye toward how organizations around the world can lower the total cost of IT ownership while protecting their devices with data encryption. This is the first study of its kind and the unveiling of the results cannot afford to be missed.
Jul 12 2012
47 mins
Understanding the True Cost of Data Encryption - Like Never Before
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