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German workers fail to encrypt e-mail messages - survey

Monday 30 June 2014 | 17:07 CET | News
Two thirds (65%) of German employees who send work-related e-mails are still not encrypting their messages, according to a survey by Aris for ICT industry group Bitkom. A further 19 percent said that the technical requirements for encrypted messages are available but are not used. Around 1 in 7 (16%) occasionally encrypt work messages.

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