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Big Data A Big Focus Of Security Analytics Products
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SaraJ828
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5/8/2014 | 7:28:48 AM
Big Data A Big Focus Of Security Analytics Products
It has been estimated that nearly half of the data that has been created and stored, is unprotected. I believe there are software that encrypt and protect data. I personally rely on software like Data Protecto. I dont know why companies or countries don't use encryption software to protect their sensitive data.
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3/12/2014 | 10:56:57 AM
re: Big Data A Big Focus Of Security Analytics Products
Interesting phrase used at the start of article called big data, And it is very helpful to see people concerned about data security now a days.
As the term used big data and big security, So one should use a best encryption software available,I just found out this encryption software called #dataprotecto which is very handy and useful in protecting high volume of data.


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