> I couldn't resist commenting on this topic. But we are talking basic
> needs analysis here.
> You don't send everything via U. S. Mail on a postcard. Some things
> you place in an envelope, some things you may place in a small box
> that is secured with reinforced tape.
> The company's security policy should dictate the type of data that
> should be encrypted before hitting the Internet as well as the type
> of encryption. It is up to us grunts to turn that policy into
> reality. A blanket statement like "encrypt everything" will simply
> waste CPU cycles encrypting messages like "FW: ccMail SMTPLINK
> Undeliverable Message" for example ;-)
I definitely agreeded with you, although nowsaday computer are powerful and cheap, if
you are going to encrypt everything, it is just wasting of computer resources. Can't
it be use for better purpose, the only safe computer is a system lockup in a cemented
room with no windows,no doors, no networks. Outside guraded by two men!(is it secured