Physical Data Center Encryption
In every data center, organizations have sensitive assets to protect. However, the actual assets that need to be secured, and the scale, type, and location of those assets varies substantially across different organizations.
With SafeNet, your organization can secure the assets that matter, regardless of where they are stored.
Customers rely on SafeNet's data center protection solutions to secure patient records, credit card information, social security numbers, and more. With SafeNet, you can protect structured data stored in databases and applications as well as unstructured data kept in file servers.
By combining robust encryption, policy-based access controls, centralized administration, and enterprise key management, SafeNet solutions keep valuable assets protected and in compliance with regulatory mandates.
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Securing sensitive data on databases is integral to meeting an organization’s compliance
and regulatory mandates. Over the years, the accumulation of sensitive data in databases
has reached terabyte status in many enterprise IT environments.
Given the broad and deep proliferation of virtualization technologies, and the ongoing mergers and acquisitions occurring across a range of industries, organizations are increasingly looking at the advantages of consolidating their data centers. This paper looks at the impact consolidation can have on an organization’s compliance efforts, the challenges that can arise, and the approach SafeNet provides to effectively address these challenges.
Over the last few years, as the requirements for data confidentiality and privacy have been magnified, encryption of stored data in the enterprise has become a much more compelling value proposition. In turn, many discrete storage encryption solutions, along with their customized key management systems, have been, and continue to be, implemented.
Energy and petrochemical companies manage vast amounts of sensitive data, and as news reports continue to make clear, these assets are too often exposed to compromise. For criminal organizations, nation-states, and malicious insiders, storage systems in energy and petrochemical companies represent a prime target—a central repository that can hold copies of virtually all sensitive files, including seismic images, financial and legal records, and other critical intellectual property.
While encryption has been employed for decades, much has changed recently, and more change is sure to come. In recent years, the use of encryption has continued to increase, but so too have the number and scope of threats.