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  1. It seems that every month, one or more very well-financed company will report that their customers' data was hacked. Some in the security business say that if a company is a sufficiently attractive target, it's not a question of "will you be hacked?" but "when will you be successfully hacked?" EN is certainly a very attractive hacking target. I am feeling less and less comfortable with my personal documents being stored on en. At one point, I was encrypting all sensitive documents. However, that process is time-consuming and eliminates one of the major en benefits: quick, comprehensive searches. It seems that en needs to offer another level of protection--a level of protection which would require customers to optionally supply a encryption key to un-encrypt their data; a level of protection such that a hacker would need to un-encrypt each customer's account individually. What do others think on this topic?
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