It's no longer only the concern of governments and corporations: encryption is both lock and key to cybersecurity across a range of organizations, of all sizes. In 2016, the Ponemon Institute calculated the average total cost of a data breach to be $4 million. The next two years sees the chances of 10,000 lost or stolen records at the average organization sitting at 26 percent. As more businesses and private users upload and store data in digital cloud environments, encryption is a topic that can't be avoided and a responsibility that shouldn't be ignored.
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