KeySecure for Government G350v (KeySecure G350v) is a hardened virtual cryptographic key management platform. It provides organizations with a secure, flexible alternative to hardware key management appliances.
KeySecure for Government G350v (KeySecure G350v) is a hardened virtual cryptographic key management platform. It provides organizations with a secure, flexible alternative to hardware key management appliances. KeySecure G350v enables organizations to scale key management in private or public cloud infrastructures while eliminating the physical restraints and additional costs associated with hardware appliances
KeySecure G350v is a FIPS 140-2 Level 1 validated hardened virtual appliance. It also supports a hardware root of trust utilizing a FIPS 140-2 Level 2 or 3 network-attached Luna for Government hardware security module or the Amazon CloudHSM service. Developed for U.S. Government use, KeySecure G350v is manufactured, sold, and supported in the U.S. exclusively by Thales TCT.
KeySecure G350v manages and stores cryptographic keys for a wide variety of encryption solutions.
|KeySecure G350v Product Brief
Product overview with technical features and specifications.
|Own and Manage Your Encryption Keys
For agency leaders and IT administrators responsible for data security—from the most basic statistics to highly sensitive documents—understanding the role of encryption and the management of encryption keys is vital to keeping confidential data just that—confidential. And, for organizations that entrust their data to cloud storage, it is essential that they understand the options available for safeguarding this protected data—even if it’s being managed in the cloud by a third-party vendor. This white paper discusses the importance of data encryption, the vulnerabilities of third-party encryption, the necessity of encryption key ownership, and how all of it affects the security of your organization’s data stored in the cloud.
|Best Practices for Cryptographic Key Management
Once data is encrypted, the only way to gain access is by decrypting or unlocking secret content using the key. Haphazardly protecting these keys negates the entire process of encryption and creates a false sense of security. This white paper outlines best practices for deploying an effective cryptographic key management strategy.
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