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Cloud Encryption Solutions

Ensure Data Security and Privacy

Cloud Encryption – Agile, Yet Secure

HyTrust Cloud Encryption​​

Virtualization has created a revolution in IT. It allows for much more flexibility, and cost savings. The public Cloud takes this agility to the next level because there is no on-premise infrastructure to invest in and to maintain.

Data security is a key concern that is holding back organizations from moving applications and data to the public cloud. There is a long list of highly publicized data leaks which prove organizations should answer some critical questions as part of their migration plan.

 

Keep control of your data

Now that your data is stored outside of the confines of your on-premises infrastructure, you need to trust your Cloud Service Provider and its security. But that doesn’t mean you give up control. The data is encrypted and remains unreadable without the encryption keys. This means the keys must remain private, and cannot be stored in that same cloud. An independent encryption and key management solution ensures your encryption is future proof.

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Keep compliant with data regulations

Protecting your data with granular access policies is critical for good security. But a layered, defense-in-depth architecture must go further. Data encryption is often cited by regulations such as GDPR, HIPAA, FedRAMP and many others as an effective solution to protect sensitive data. After all, even if encrypted data does fall into the wrong hands, it is useless to the attacker because it is unreadable. Some regulations even exempt organizations from publicizing a data breach if the stolen data was encrypted.

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Keep data visible

Knowing which information to protect is not trivial, but knowing where your data resides is another challenge. Workloads can be spun up anywhere by a DevOps person for example, and its dataset may unknowingly contain very sensitive PII information. In these modern, flexible infrastructures, you don’t necessarily know where what data is stored.

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