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Part 3 of this video series, based on a recent Thales TCT webinar, discusses Section 3.d of the Executive Order which requires the implementation of encryption for data at rest. Data at rest encryption with privileged user access controls significantly improves security posture and not only protects data at rest, but also encrypted workloads in the cloud. Role-based access policies enable a zero trust architecture by controlling who, what, where, when and how data can be accessed. Granular access controls enable administrative users to perform their duties while restricting access to encrypted data.

Thales TCT offers data at rest encryption solutions that deliver granular encryption and role-based access control for structured and unstructured data residing in file servers, databases, applications, and storage containers. With centralized key management and a hardened root of trust with a full U.S. supply chain, agencies can ensure their master keys are protected and data remains secure.

 

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Federal agencies require a simple way to correlate all security-relevant data so they can manage their security posture. Instead of merely watching events after they occur, agencies should anticipate their occurrence and implement measures to limit vulnerabilities in real time. For that, agencies need an analytics-driven SIEM platform such as Splunk.

However, once data is correlated by SEIM tools, it becomes extremely valuable. By integrating an encryption and key management solution such as Vormetric Data Security Platform with Splunk, agencies can ensure that their operational intelligence is protected from surreptitious attacks.

View this on-demand recording with Thales TCT to learn how to protect Splunk indexes and provide enhanced visibility on the processes and users who are accessing protected data.

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