encryption
[ɪn'krɪpʃən]

noun

[Definition]: the process of encrypting data or information

[Example Sentences]:
1. The first attempt at encryption was provided with iPhone OS 3.
2. The database encryption review is set to be completed by July 15.
3. The tablet comes with full software encryption to lock down access to important files.
4. The problem is, encryption and online security is about so much more than privacy.
5. The fact that the National Security Agency can crack this encryption should be no surprise.
6. It may be months or years or never that they can break through the encryption, he said.
7. We should note that this encryption process is only secure if you select a strong password.
8. Data encryption for user devices using SSL is another good example.
9. In its statement, the company described how its encryption process works.
10. One point I made was that any encryption can be broken, given enough time and compute power.
11. Data encryption is a huge concern for those who want to stay private.
12. Where possible, IoT devices use encryption for control and for data delivery.
13. We are confident that our encryption measures are sufficient to protect the vast majority of users.

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