...with HIPAA requirements using WorkSite version 9, which now supports 128-bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption for files stored ("at rest") on...
...added a new edit in the Census Bureau's Automated Export System (AES) to prevent exporters and freight forwarders (AES Filers) from inadvertently reporting electronic...
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...all data stored on the device is encrypted using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) with 256[-bit] key encryption." “ABI is excited...
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The Ethisphere Institute, a think-tank devoted to research on business ethics and corporate responsibility, has released its 2013 picks for "Attorneys Who Matter." The list of lawyers with outstandin
...locked with a pin code and uses 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES or Rijndael Algorithm) file encryption. SpeechExec Pro software comes with...
Contract arbitrations active in 2011?12 in which at least $500 million was in dispute
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