Ingrian Introduces Data Privacy Platforms

Friday 23 January 2004 08:52 CET | News

Ingrian Networks, has released its next-generation version of Ingrian DataSecure Platforms.DataSecure gives customers comprehensive controls for protecting sensitive data, including granular, field-level encryption; centralized, FIPS-compliant key management; integrated authentication and authorization; and robust logging and auditing. Because it manages encryption at the field level, Ingrian enables organizations to customize their security approach to protect only the most important data, whether that data is in a field or a column in a database. As a result, organizations can ensure that sensitive data—such as a credit card number, social security number, or patient record—is protected at all times, from the time it enters the network to the time it is saved onto the storage subsystem. DataSecure protects information in the following phases: - Data in storage—while it sits at rest in storage devices, whether they are directly attached to systems or in a SAN/NAS environment. - Data in transit—while information is moving between servers, databases, and storage devices. - Data in use—while it is being accessed or processed by applications and databases. Features new to this version include: - A new XML (Extensible Markup Language) interface that speeds deployment and that features sophisticated tools for cryptographic key management. - Robust capabilities for implementing authorization and authentication policies. - Comprehensive tracking of all cryptographic operations, featuring tools for auditing, alerting, and reporting. - Expanded support of a range of cryptographic algorithms and operations, including RSA, DES3, and RC4. The latest release of DataSecure, which features a hardware platform and server-side software, is available immediately; pricing starts at $32,500 for the base unit.

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