My name is Aaron and I am a UAT student. A good security hygiene practice is to protect sensitive data, and also protect stored data and encrypt transmissions of sensitive data across open, public networks. It's good to protect this data both in transit and when it's at rest. Having protected sensitive data will insure that your data is secure and protected. A secure plan is never full proof so preparing for certain risks to happen is a must as well. Encryptions aren't always going to be safe they just increase protection on the data. With this being said I'm asking if anyone has utilized protecting sensitive data and have any suggestions for implementation I might find useful?
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