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Improving Regulatory Compliance with Encryption
As a bedrock element of any sound corporate data protection strategy, encryption protects valuable company data, whether it is at rest, in transit, or in use

decrypt  to transparently encrypt and decrypt entire drive volumes, massive amounts of data on storage area networks (SANs), and other large-volume data stores. Read More...
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Managing Encryption Keys: Best Practices for Ensuring Data Recoverability
Heightened awareness of vulnerabilities in sensitive stored data has resulted in the increased application of encryption technology. To secure data at rest, a

decrypt  its key pair to decrypt the data and restore it to its original state. In an IT environment that relies on data encryption as the inal layer of security to prevent the unauthorized viewing of data, access to encryption keys must be considered the equivalent to obtaining access to the cleartext data itself. This is because the encryption algorithms themselves, such as AES or 3DES, are in most cases standardized and publicly available calculations that rely on the application of a unique key and that Read More...
Hacker Publication Gets Top Defense Attorney
In a case that will challenge the bowels of free speech and censorship and inevitably set a lot of legal precedents, renowned defense attorney Marcus Garbus has

decrypt  a program that can decrypt CSS called DeCSS on www.krackdown.com. DeCSS has since been removed from www.krackdown.com. Market Impact With its legal bills being paid for by the Electronic Frontier Foundation , an ACLU-ish type of Internet non-profit organization dedicated to free speech, 2600 is going to need a strong defense team to take on these industry heavyweights. This case will challenge the bowels of free speech and censorship and inevitably set a lot of legal precedents moving forward. 17 U.S.C. Read More...
Oracle8i Release 2 - Ready to Storm the Web
On November 15, Oracle Corp., announced the pending availability of Oracle8i Release 2, the follow-on to Oracle8i, the most rapidly adopted database product

decrypt  package to encrypt and decrypt data using the industry standard DES (Data Encryption Standard) encryption algorithm, in exportable key lengths (the U.S. government regulates what encryption can be exported). This allows data to be natively encrypted in the server to protect sensitive data, such as credit card numbers. Even the DBA (database administrator) can not access this data without the key. Oracle's Virtual Private Database can be used to enforce security at the row level, a feature long missing Read More...
PKI and Biometrics Ready for Take-Off
Expect the new e-signature law to bolster both the PKI and biometric markets. This new law allows documents signed through digital signatures to have the same

decrypt  which can encrypt and decrypt data through the use of the BioTouch finger print scanner. BioLogon is a package that allows you to manage fingerprint authentication for an entire enterprise, with the idea that fingerprint authentication reduces password administration. People do not lose their fingerprints, and no two fingerprints are alike. The above listed PKI and Biometric vendors will be particularly interesting to follow in light of the new cyberlaw. If you know of any other PKI or Biometric vendors Read More...
Managing Encryption Keys: Best Practices for Ensuring Data Recoverability
Heightened awareness of vulnerabilities in sensitive stored data has resulted in the increased application of encryption technology. To secure data at rest, a well-defined process for handling the keys used to encrypt data—as well as the keys used to safeguard the data encryption keys—is essential. With the proper key management controls in place, companies can ensure that data is effectively secured and recoverable.

decrypt   its key pair to decrypt the data and restore it to its original state. In an IT environment that relies on data encryption as the inal layer of security to prevent the unauthorized viewing of data, access to encryption keys must be considered the equivalent to obtaining access to the cleartext data itself. This is because the encryption algorithms themselves, such as AES or 3DES, are in most cases standardized and publicly available calculations that rely on the application of a unique key and that Read More...
Network Security Best Practices: Competitive Analysis
When it comes to security architecture, choosing a system that’s scalable and applicable to a broad set of security needs is a wise move. New security services for Internet protocol (IP) networks are emerging that enable new levels of scalability and manageability—while remaining completely transparent to the network. By applying this type of system, you build an optimal framework for future security applications.

decrypt  needed to encrypt and decrypt the IP Multicast packets. Group members can then exchange IP Multicast packets that are encrypted using IPSec tunnel mode. As needed, the key server may push a re-key message to the group members in order to rotate keys at specified times during the transmission or to de-authorize a particular group member. GDOI Components Cisco has implemented the GDOI’s key server capability in its Cisco 1800, 2800 and 3800 Series ISR and Cisco 7206 VXR and has enabled the Cisco 830 Read More...
Network Data Protection Playbook: Network Security Best Practice for Protecting Your Organization
Malicious hacking and illegal access are just a few of the reasons companies lose precious corporate data every year. As the number of network security breaches increase, companies must find ways to protect data beyond the perimeter of their businesses. But how do they build a data-defensible architecture that will protect data on an ever-evolving network? The answer: by first developing an in-depth defense strategy.

decrypt  customers: Where do we decrypt the data flow? We usually have one access point in a less secure location. How do we establish and elevate all of our networks to a common, best in class, security standard? How do we make our wireless security transparent to up-and-coming wireless solutions such as metro WLANs and WiMAX? Protect Point-to-Point Wireless Data Security Concern: Point-to-point wireless connections offer lower costs as a result of carrier toll bypass, but data sent over the air is exposed and Read More...
Oracle Database Security: Preventing Enterprise Data Leaks at the Source
Addressing information protection and control (IPC) is a complex challenge. Enterprises must secure their databases to protect sensitive information and comply with policy regulations. Learn more about threats to business information, the impact of government regulations on data protection, and how database security best practices can prevent sensitive customer data or company information from being distributed.

decrypt  tablespace, it will transparently decrypt the data blocks. TDE also supports storing the TDE master encryption key on a hardware security module (HSM) device. This provides an even higher level of assurance for protecting the TDE master key and provides centralized key management in a clustered environment. Oracle Advanced Security also provides strong protection for data in transit with comprehensive network encryption capabilities. Oracle Advanced Security’s easyto- deploy and comprehensive network Read More...

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