Managed Service Providers (MSPs): Encryption & Key Management for Your Customers
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Encryption and tokenization are the two leading technologies used to protect sensitive data from loss and subsequent breach notification and legal liability.
By tokenizing data, organizations can reduce the chance of losing sensitive information – credit card numbers, social security numbers, banking information, and other types of PII.
Download this white paper to learn: Why the IBM i may not be as secure as you think, the need for verification on the IBM i, and how to meet compliance requirements (PCI DSS, FFIEC, etc.)
Transport Layer Security (TLS) and content encryption can both be used to secure email communications.
Explore the security benefits of the combining IBM Security QRadar and Townsend Security's Alliance LogAgent for IBM QRadar.
This is a non-technical introduction to the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and to important topics related to encryption. You will find a resource guide at the end of the paper for further research.
Authored by Stephen Wynkoop, SQL Server MVP and Founder/Editor at SSWUG.ORG, this white paper discusses the options and responsibilities for managing encryption in the Microsoft Azure Cloud.
Progress to the cloud is most often impeded by lingering questions surrounding the ability to demonstrate compliance and to illustrate control of sensitive data in cloud environments.
Whether you develop on Linux or Windows, you can achieve a compliant implementation of encryption with the MySQL database and variations of MySQL like MariaDB.
Working with Coalfire, a PCI-qualified QSA assessor and independent IT audit firm, Townsend Security has released of a PCI DSS Product Applicability Guide for Alliance Key Manager for VMware.