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VALIDATION SIGNIFIES THAT THE LUNA T-SERIES HARDWARE SECURITY MODULES MEET NIST’S HIGHEST LEVEL OF SECURITY STANDARDS 

April 19, 2021

Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies (TCT), a trusted, U.S. based source for cyber security solutions, today announced that its Luna T-Series Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) have received Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 Level 3 validation from the National Institution of Standards and Technology (NIST). 

Designated in FIPS 140-2 validation certificate number 3898 as the Luna T7 Cryptographic Module, the Luna T7 is included in the following Thales TCT products:

Luna T-Series HSMs are the choice for government agencies when storing, protecting and managing cryptographic keys used to secure sensitive data and critical applications. Meeting government mandates for U.S. Supply Chain, the high-assurance, tamper-resistant Luna T-Series HSMs are designed, developed, manufactured, sold, and supported in the United States.

INDUSTRY-LEADING PERFORMANCE & SECURITY

Luna T-Series HSMs offer industry-leading cryptographic performance and security optimized for government mandated algorithms and key lengths. Thales TCT’s keys-in-hardware approach protects the entire life-cycle of keys within the FIPS 140-2 validated confines of the HSM.

QUANTUM ENHANCED KEYS

By embedding a quantum random number generator (QRNG) chip within the Luna T7 Crypto Module, Thales TCT is offering the industry’s first FIPS 140-2 compliant HSM capable of generating quantum enhanced keys. Using principles of quantum physics, the QRNG chip produces high quality entropy which is the basis for all random numbers and cryptographic keys generated by the HSM.  With a choice of operating the HSM in FIPS-approved mode using either the embedded, classic physical RNG or the embedded quantum RNG, customers can dynamically change between classical key generation and quantum enhanced keys as threats emerge over time.

AVAILABLE NOW

The FIPS-validated Luna T-Series HSM is available for new deployments today. Organizations who have already deployed Luna T-Series HSMs can now easily perform an in-field upgrade to the latest FIPS-validated firmware. Multiple migration solutions are available to organizations that have the widely deployed Luna SA for Government generation HSMs and need to modernization to the high performance, FIPS-validated Luna T-Series HSMs. Contact Thales TCT customer support for more information on HSM migration and upgrades.

For more information on the Luna T-series HSMs, thalestct.com/hsm.

This notification is to alert you that we are beginning the End-of-Life (EOL) process for the following Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies (TCT) KeySecure for Government appliances.

  • KeySecure G460
  • KeySecure G350v

KeySecure for Government will reach End-of-Sale effective 31-Dec-2022, and End-of-Life by 31-Dec-2023. Thales TCT KeySecure G160 is not included in these timelines.

Existing KeySecure for Government customers have several options for migrating from KeySecure for Government to the CipherTrust Data Security Platform. For more information on migration options, please contact your Thales TCT account manager or info@thalestct.com.

This notification is to alert you that we are beginning the End-of-Life (EOL) process for the following Thales’ Vormetric Data Security Platform products.

  • Vormetric Data Security Manager:
    • Physical Data Security Manager, V6000 and V6100 appliances
    • Virtual Data Security Manager appliances
  • Vormetric Transparent Encryption: Includes extensions and additions - Live Data Transformation, Container Security, Efficient Storage, Teradata Protection, Security for SAP HANA and Security Intelligence
  • Vormetric Application Encryption
  • Vormetric Tokenization with Dynamic Data Masking
  • Vormetric Protection for Teradata Database
  • Vormetric Batch Data Transformation
  • Vormetric Key Management
    • Vormetric KMIP Server
    • Vormetric TDE Key Agent
    • Vormetric Vault

Vormetric Data Security Platform products will reach End-of-Sale effective 30-June-2023, and End-of-Life 30-June-2024.

Existing Vormetric Data Security Platform customers have several options for migrating from Vormetric Data Security Platform to the CipherTrust Data Security Platform. For more information on migration options, please contact your Thales TCT account manager or info@thalestct.com.

This notification is to alert you that we are beginning the End-of-Life (EOL) process for the following Thales’ KeySecure Connectors.

  • ProtectFile
  • ProtectDB
  • ProtectApp
  • ProtectV
  • ProtectSED
  • ProtectCloudStorage
  • ProtectConnect Bundles
  • Tokenization Manager
  • Transform Utility
  • Database Native TDE
  • Linux Native Encryption (LUKS)
  • KMIP Connectors
  • Appliance/Connector bundles

KeySecure Connectors will reach End-of-Sale effective 31-Dec-2022, and End-of-Life 31-Dec-2023. Connectors used in conjunction with KeySecure G160 appliances will be supported until the End-of-Life date of KeySecure G160.

Existing KeySecure Connector customers have several options for migrating from KeySecure Connectors to the CipherTrust Data Security Platform. For more information on migration options, please contact your Thales TCT account manager or info@thalestct.com.

Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies (TCT) has released version 3.0 of the Luna Credential System (LCS). Now using the Luna T-Series (7.11) Network HSM and Client as its foundation, LCS 3.0 provides state-of-the-art features, performance, security, and compliance to LCS’s patent pending solution.

For customers looking for a cloud-based LCS solution, Thales TCT now offers a Luna Credential Client that integrates with the Microsoft Azure Dedicated HSM allowing the cloud-based HSM to operate as a Luna Credential HSM.

LCS 3.0 also includes improved integration with UiPath Orchestrator and a number of LCS utility enhancements.

Finally, the integration between LCS and Blue Prism digital worker solutions has been completed and went live on the Blue Prism Digital Exchange on March 31. See our listing on Blue Prism Digital Exchange for more information.

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