To keep communications confidential, J.P. Morgan & Co. has been using encryption software from Entrust Technologies Inc. with some of its customers.

The New York-based banking company was interested in using public key cryptography and chose Entrust's software because it was "based on open system standards," said Charles Blauner, a vice president of security and Internet architecture. Morgan has been working with this technology for over 18 months.

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