- Cryptographic Key Management for the Cloud
- Encryption Solutions for the Cloud
- Virtual Network Encryption
|Partner Name||SafeNet AT Integrated Solution||Integration Type|
|90Meter||High Assurance Authentication|
|Amazon Web Services||KeySecure|
|Intercede||High Assurance Authentication|
|Palo Alto Networks||HSM|
|Red Hat||HSM, High Assurance Authentication|
Hardware Security Module (HSM) Integration
The SafeNet AT Luna HSM for Government provides crypto acceleration, signing, key generation and key storage capabilities with FIPS 140-2 Level 2 or Level 3 certification. Communication with the HSM takes places over a Network Trust Link (NTL) which is an encrypted and authenticated secure communication channel established between the SafeNet AT Luna Client and the HSM. Available in both Linux and Windows versions, the SafeNet AT Luna Client provides multiple APIs for integrating with the HSM:
|Luna SA for Government||Luna G5 for Government||Luna PCI-E for Government|
Key Management Integration
KeySecure for Government is a centralized key management platform that supports a broad encryption ecosystem for the protection of sensitive data-at-rest across traditional or virtualized data centers and public cloud environments. Communication with KeySecure takes place over a secure SSL/TLS connection established with the client application.
KeySecure supports the following two key management protocols to facilitate key operations:
In addition to direct integrations that can be achieved by applications already supporting one of the above two protocols, SafeNet AT offers a ProtectApp “connector” which provides APIs for the following:
*ICAPI is a SafeNet-proprietary, conventional C API interface for cryptographic and key management operations.
|KeySecure G460||KeySecure G350v||KeySecure G160|
High Assurance Authentication
The SafeNet AT Smart Card 650 (SC650) and sKey3250 USB authenticator were designed to provide built-in cryptographic and data container management for all private and sensitive functions, while giving enterprises the ability to add new applications/applets to address future requirements. They securely store the user’s credentials, such as digitally-signed certificates, private keys, and network login credentials, and seamlessly support secure key generation, secure key storage, encryption/decryption, and digital signature processing (sign and verify).
A Certified Integration is an integration that has been performed by the SafeNet AT after having gained access to the partner’s technology. As a result of the integration, SafeNet AT has in-house knowledge of the partner’s technology, and a SafeNet AT-branded Integration Guide or other documentation exists for the integration.
A Verified Integration is an integration that has been performed by our Integration Partner or a third party. As the result of the integration, documentation has been produced that provides step-by-step instructions on the steps necessary to do the integration, as well as other relevant information such as the versions of the products involved. This documentation has been provided to SafeNet AT and has been reviewed.
In support of Verified Integrations, the SafeNet AT Integrations Team can provide technical support, and as necessary, access to SafeNet AT products for test purposes applicable, signed NDAs and evaluation agreements may be required.