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Is pretty good, good enough? Social network analysis evaluates PGP data encryption

Research in the International Journal of Business Information Systems has used social network analysis to look at the most important and influential users utilizing PGP (pretty good privacy) data encryption to reveal where there might be problems that could lead to compromise of data.Research in the International Journal of Business Information Systems has used social network analysis to look at the most important and influential users utilizing PGP (pretty good privacy) data encryption to reveal where there might be problems that could lead to compromise of data.

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