DataControl

10.18.16

Key Management, KMIP and VMware VM Encryption

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At VMworld in Barcelona VMware announced VMware VM Encryption as part of a larger vSphere 6.5 announcement. As a VMware partner (VMware is also a HyTrust investor) we are of course excited to see security being highlighted by VMware. I founded HyTrust in 2007 with the vision of enhancing security for VMware , which was […]

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09.20.16

Encryption – like Seat Belts

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Back in the day macho types, often wearing t-shirts and smoking Marlboros Reds, would tell you that they don’t wear seat belts because this lack of seat belts makes it more likely that they would be “thrown clear” in the event of an accident. Sounds pretty reasonable until you ponder where you might be “thrown […]

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08.29.16

To a Better Cloud – With IBM, HyTrust, Intel, and VMware

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Today is an exciting day in the world of the hybrid cloud and we are excited to be an integral part of it. IBM, with the earlier adoption of Intel TXT in their SoftLayer bare metal cloud offering, showed clearly that they were looking toward the future by enabling an unbroken line of trust all […]

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08.17.16

Securing the Post-Chewy Center SDDC: Enhanced Multi-Cloud Workload Security

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Today we announced updates to our DataControl and CloudControl products to help provide even better protection for the new virtualized and multi-cloud enterprise. Over the past few years the data center has changed radically, but security has struggled to keep up, necessitating a new approach. John Kindervag at Forrester was one of the first to […]

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07.27.16

My Right To Be Forgotten!

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Seriously, that title is right out of a sentence from the GDPR – the General Data Protection Regulation, the original draft that was published by the European Union in 2012 but more pertinently the changes are to be ushered in 2018 which is less than two years away. So if you are an enterprise that […]

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07.15.16

Yes, HyTrust Does VDI

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We have a new intern in the office, Ananya, who is doing some good work. These positions are always a challenge because while you want to get some useful work out of the arrangement you also want there to be some educational value to the intern. With the rapid pace of technology and unanswered questions […]

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06.21.16

Let’s Go All The Way

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There is a certain frustration when you map out some wonderful plan only to see it get stalled somewhere close to the finish line. Doesn’t matter what it is – that epic blog post, the 427 Cobra project in the garage or even wrapping up that virtualization certification – whatever. One thing we have seen […]

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