Data encryption is the process of translating data into a code (ciphertext) so that only people with access to a secret key can read it. Encrypting data is one of the most popular and effective security methods used by an organization.
This NIST Special Publication provides recommendations to facilitate more efficient and effective storage encryption solution design, implementation, and management for Federal departments and agencies.
This NIST Special Publication is one part in a series of documents intended to provide guidance to the Federal Government for using cryptography to protect its sensitive, but unclassified digitized information during transmission and while in storage.
This whitepaper outlines the challenges and solutions of data security.
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