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.
HPE Enterprise Secure Key Manager (ESKM) and HPE SecureData along with HPE Helion enable enterprises to extend data to the cloud computing solutions with a high level of security assurance.
With information in the Cloud, suddenly a new team of people has access to your data. At every turn, they are working hard to protect, tackle, and block access to sensitive data in ‘your’ infrastructure. In fact, to protect your data in the Cloud, several of the fundamental building blocks of a secure enterprise IT infrastructure have to be re-envisioned.
HPE SecureData includes next generation technologies, Hyper Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE), Hyper Secure Stateless Tokenization (SST), HPE Stateless Key Management, and data masking. HPE SecureData “de-identifies” data, rendering it useless to attackers, while maintaining its usability, usefulness, and referential integrity for data processes, applications and services. HPE SecureData neutralizes data breaches by making your protected data absolutely worthless to an attacker, whether it is in production, analytic systems, or test/development systems, such as training and quality assurance.
Neutralize data breaches: a new breed of cyber attacks—advanced malware, exploitation networks, and motivated insiders—are stealing sensitive data from vulnerable ecosystems. But companies can neutralize data breaches by rendering the data valueless, de-identifying data through encryption, tokenization, and data masking.
This white paper focuses on the critical need to manage outbound content sent using email, instant messages, text messages, tweets, Facebook posts and the growing number of other venues from which damaging content might be sent.