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Alliance AES/400 performs automatic field and column level encryption using the IBM FIELDPROC exit point.
This document contains a collection of the answers to the most common questions people ask about Alliance Key Manager Cloud HSM.
On the road to protecting sensitive data assets in the cloud, data encryption remains one of the most difficult goals.
Learn how Alliance Key Manager helps meet the recommendations of the Cloud Security Alliance.
Using the same FIPS 140-2 compliant technology that is in Townsend Security’s (HSM), Alliance Key Manager for VMware enables enterprises to meet compliance requirements and accelerate deployment of mission critical security technology.
This paper discusses general security recommendations for the VMware environment as a whole and is based on guidance provided by standards organizations (Payment Card Industry, etc.), VMware, and independent security assessors.
Whether encrypting data with Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) or Cell Level Encryption on Microsoft SQL Server, managing the encryption keys with an encryption key manager is the best way to ensure the encrypted data remains secure.
Enterprises using NetLib’s Encryptionizer solution for whole database, column, file, folder and back up encryption can manage their encryption keys with KeyConnection for Encryptionizer.
Alliance Key Manager (AKM) provides the strong protection for encryption keys that is central to a secure encryption strategy.
Alliance Key Manager is an encryption key manager that is available as a hardware security module (HSM), cloud HSM, VMware, or in the cloud (Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, vCloud, etc.)