Too many headlines feature data breaches. Cyber security is top-of-mind. Perimeter defenses are becoming less effective at protecting data. Agencies need to start protecting what really matters —the data. What’s the best way to protect your data? Encrypt it.
Importance of Cryptographic Keys. The encryption process generates cryptographic keys used to lock and unlock data. Cryptographic keys are the keys to the kingdom. If these keys are stolen or copied, they can be used to decrypt sensitive data. The more you encrypt, the more encryption keys you have to store & manage.
Cryptographic Key Management is an infrastructure used to securely generate, store, and manage the entire cryptographic key lifecycle.
Secure cryptographic keys and provision encryption, decryption, authentication, and digital signing services to protect applications, transactions, and information assets with government-specific hardware security modules.
Protect sensitive data in databases, file servers and storage, virtual workloads, and applications across traditional and virtualized data centers and public cloud environments with a centralized key management platform that supports a broad encryption ecosystem.
Manage and distribute cryptographic keys for self-encrypting drives located at disparate sites with ProtectSED