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Ingrian Networks Announces Solution for Securing Sensitive Data in Oracle Databases

Tuesday 2 March 2004 21:00 CET | News

Ingrian Networks, has released a software that lets organizations securely and effectively offload all cryptographic functions from Oracle databases onto Ingrian’s network-based hardware appliances.

With this new software release, Ingrian DataSecureâ„¢ Platforms can be integrated with Oracle databases via standard interfaces. With DataSecure, companies can address one of todays most critical security threats-data left unprotected within applications, databases, and storage systems. DataSecure gives customers comprehensive controls for protecting sensitive data, delivering such capabilities as granular, field-level encryption; centralized, FIPS-compliant key management; integrated authentication and authorization; and robust logging and auditing. This new release, which supports Oracle 8i and 9i, offers an array of features: - Capabilities for encrypting sensitive data in databases at the column level. - Centralized key management in a secure network appliance. - Comprehensive logging, auditing, and administration capabilities for all cryptographic operations performed in Oracle databases. - Robust authentication and authorization capabilities to allow only authorized access for decrypting sensitive data. - Complete transparency to application infrastructure, minimizing integration time. - Tightly coupled integration with Oracle user security. This new software release is available immediately, with support for Oracle 10g due out shortly. Software releases supporting IBM DB2 and Microsoft SQL Server will be available within the next two months.


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