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Bob Warren, vice president and treasurer of $2.5 billion Diebold Inc., knew that the more his North Canton, Ohio-based company relied on the Internet to automate transactions, the more risk of interception and fraud it would have to assume. But Warren didn’t want to wait for the inevitable and has set out to beat the hackers before one fraudulent keystroke is attempted. His initial weapon of choice: digital certificates that will help ensure that, in any transaction, the entity Diebold is dealing with and the entity it thinks it is dealing with are one and the same.

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