Security Keys - What Treasury and Finance Executives Need to Know about Encryption

September 5, 2013AFP ExchangeAttorney: Susan M. Usatine
As the AFP Exchange investigates what treasury and finance executives need to know about encryption, Member Susan Usatine tells the publication that encryption is a good safety measure because in case of a security breach many jurisdictions do not require the public to be notified if the data was encrypted.

Ms. Usatine appeared in the September 2013 edition of the publication.



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