Are you ready? General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enforcement begins May 2018. Don’t get derailed by last-minute planning eﬀorts. Start making moves today to protect data against breaches and ensure data privacy—or face the threat of huge ﬁnes.
This guide is for CISOs who want to understand whether their companies will be impacted by the new regulation, what the effects might be, and steps their teams could take to prepare for GDPR data security requirements.
Hadoop is a unique architecture designed to enable organizations to gain new analytic insights and operational efficiencies through the use of multiple standard, low-cost, high-speed, parallel processing nodes operating on very large sets of data. The resulting flexibility, performance, and scalability are unprecedented. But data security was not the primary design goal.
This document introduces a unique approach from HPE SecureData that combines data encryption and masking technology in one, which can vastly simplify data privacy, while mitigating data leakage at a fraction of the cost of prior approaches. One fundamental technology is HPE Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE), which for the first time, allows encryption ‘in place’ in databases and applications, without significant IT impact. Another technology is tokenization, which replaces data with random tokens, and which can also preserve data formats. These technologies are integrated with masking techniques on the HPE SecureData Platform, allowing projects that once lasted months or years to complete in days to weeks.
Complying with new and multifaceted regulations can be a challenge for your business. At HPE, we break down all aspects of GDPR into modules. Read through and pick and choose the solutions you need to cover your business, all provided with our quality and expertise as standard.
GDPR is the biggest shake-up in European data protection legislation for 30 years. Organizations have less than two years to ensure that their data protection processes are compliant. Most organizations will struggle to meet the May 25, 2018 deadline.
Key management for encryption applications creates manageability risks when security controls and operational concerns are not fully realized. Various approaches to managing keys are discussed with the impact toward supporting enterprise policy.