PGP set to release encryption package
PGP Corp. in November plans to ship a new encryption software bundle for laptops, desktops and servers, the company said Monday.
The new Whole Disk Encryption products offer full encryption of the hard drive disk when a computer is turned off, helping protect the data if the PC is stolen or lost. In addition, a PC user can choose to encrypt a file on the fly when a system is running, PGP Corp. said Monday in a statement.
The bundle also enables people to securely store data on external devices and permanently erase data on a disk, the company said. PGP set to release encryption package | CNET News.com
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