Client Side Applications

Learn about our client applications and SDKs.

In addition to SDKs designed to help developers rapidly deploy encryption with our Alliance Key Manager solution, Townsend Security provides ready-to-use encryption applications that do not require programming to deploy. The include:


Key Connection for SQL Server
Key Connection for SQL Server implements Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) and Cell Level Encryption with automatic integration with Townsend Security’s Alliance Key Manager solution. SQL Server customers can rapidly deploy Key Connection for SQL Server to achieve compliant encryption and key management. Key Connection for SQL Server supports all Enterprise and BI versions of SQL Server from 2008 through 2016. Customers can deploy Alliance Key Manager as a VMware instance, as a hardware security module (HSM), or directly in the cloud (Azure, AWS). Alliance Key Manager is certified to the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) for a compliance-ready solution. Key Connection for SQL Server supports clustered configurations of SQL Server and provides for full high availability (active-active) failover, real time key mirroring, automatic key backup, and other features to insure highly reliable operations.


Key Connection for Drupal
Key Connection for Drupal is an open source application that can be deployed in the Drupal CMS environment to protect sensitive data, application keys (FedEx, Authenticate.net, MailChimp, Amazon AWS, etc.), user credentials and anything else that should be protected with strong encryption and key management. Customers can deploy Alliance Key Manager as a VMware instance, as a hardware security module (HSM), or directly in the cloud (Azure, AWS). Alliance Key Manager provides for full high availability (active-active) failover, real time key mirroring, automatic key backup, and other features to insure highly reliable operations. Townsend Security is a proud sponsor of the Drupal open source initiative.


For the IBM i (AS/400, iSeries) platform:


DB2 FieldProc encryption for IBM i
The Townsend Security Alliance AES/400 solution fully implements DB2 Field Procedures (FieldProc) encryption for the IBM i platform. IBM i customers can deploy column-level encryption with no need for application programming. The solution seamlessly integrates with Townsend Security's Alliance Key Manager solution for fully compliant encryption and key management. For IBM i customers who need to encrypt index fields with legacy RPG applications, the Alliance AES/400 Open Access for RPG SQL interface provides an easy way to remove the limitations of RPG and encrypted indexes. Customers can deploy Alliance Key Manager as a VMware instance, as a hardware security module (HSM), or directly in the cloud (Azure, AWS). Alliance Key Manager is certified to the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) for a compliance-ready solution. Alliance AES/400 supports mirrored environments (MIMIX, Vision, iTera, etc.) and provides for full high availability (active-active) failover, real time key mirroring, automatic key backup, and other features to insure highly reliable operations.


PGP encryption for IBM i
The Townsend Security PGP encryption solution implements the Symantec commercial version of PGP to provide FIPS 140-2 compliant whole-file encryption for DB2 and IFS files. IBM i customers can seamlessly exchange PGP encrypted files with Windows, Linux, IBM Mainframe, and PC users. PGP encryption also integrates with FTP and Secure Shell sFTP for full automation on inbound and outbound processing. Townsend Security’s PGP implementation supports the OpenPGP standard and provides additional features for Enterprise customers. 


For the IBM System z Mainframe:


PGP encryption for IBM System z Mainframe
The Townsend Security PGP encryption solution for IBM System z Mainframes implements the Symantec commercial version of PGP to provide FIPS 140-2 compliant whole-file encryption for DB2 and UFS files. IBM System z customers can seamlessly exchange PGP encrypted files with Windows, Linux, and PC users. The PGP implementation on the System z Mainframe platform supports both z/OS batch operation as well as operation in the UFS environment, z/OS text files, codepage conversions, and other features that System z customers need for PGP encrypted file exchange with non-Mainframe platforms. Townsend Security’s PGP implementation supports the OpenPGP standard and provides additional features for Enterprise customers.