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Encryption is a process through which “open” information is transformed into “closed” data, at which point it is protected against unauthorized access. The two key encryption technologies available today, file-level encryption (FLE) and full-disk encryption (FDE), protects critical data and restricts access to it, and rule out the possibility of any important data falling into the hands of third parties, even if a data storage device holding valuable information is lost or stolen.
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Protecting Sensitive Data with Kaspersky Encryption Technology

Encryption is a process through which “open” information is transformed into “closed” data, at which point it is protected against unauthorized access. The two key encryption technologies available today, file-level encryption (FLE) and full-disk encryption (FDE), protects critical data and restricts access to it, and rule out the possibility of any important data falling into the hands of third parties, even if a data storage device holding valuable information is lost or stolen.
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