The Clinton administration's recent encryption export and key recovery initiative opens a potential opportunity for financial institutions to act as key recovery agents.

On Dec. 30, the Department of Commerce issued an interim rule to implement the administration's long-awaited initiative to authorize export of 56-bit-keylength encryption products. It was open to public comment until Thursday.

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