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Your Payment Application Met PA-DSS Compliance Yesterday. What About Tomorrow?
As cloud storage becomes commonplace, the need to protect and encrypt data grows more important than ever. The critical question becomes, who has access to your encryption keys?
When the HHS released an update to its meaningful use policies about protecting patient information, they made one thing perfectly clear – the only way to avoid the data breach notification requirement is to encrypt the data.
Do you use Microsoft SharePoint to share documents that contain sensitive information? Did you know that these documents probably fall under compliance laws and regulations?
Encryption and key management are now industry standards. How do you know what to take into consideration when deciding on an encryption key manager?
Protecting sensitive data at your company is everyone's responsibility. Therefore everyone should have a good idea of the type of data that needs to be protected and how to keep it from becoming comprimised.
Learn about encryption key management basics and what to look for when evaluating an encryption key management solution, including what security auditors are looking for.
Learn what HIPPA/HITECH Act say about encryption and key management in this 15-minute podcast.
As more enterprises begin to outsource hosting and move confidential data to the cloud, the protection of encryption keys become the number one action that determines the true effectiveness of their encryption strategy.
Companies encrypting data in Windows applications must consider how they will manage the encryption keys to comply with standards such as PCI and HIPAA/HITECH.