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Protecting network transmitted data against cyber-attacks and data breaches is imperative. High-assurance network encryption features secure, dedicated encryption devices that protect data in transit. In order to be truly high assurance, these devices must use embedded, zero-touch encryption key management; provide end-to-end, authenticated encryption and use standards-based algorithms.

Part 4 of this video series based on a recent Thales TCT webinar discusses data in transit encryption. Thales TCT offers network encryption solutions that provide a single platform to encrypt everywhere— from network traffic between data centers and the headquarters to backup and disaster recovery sites, whether on premises or in the cloud. Rigorously tested and certified, our network encryption solutions have been vetted by such organizations as the Defense Information Systems Agency (DoDIN APL) and NATO. Only through Thales TCT’s high-assurance network data encryption can you be assured your data is rendered useless in unauthorized hands and that it will remain secure beyond the data’s useful life.

 

A global research report of IT and cybersecurity decision-makers highlights serious concerns about the security of data in motion across networks. 

In today’s environment of exponential growth in the volumes of data in motion over networks, increasingly sophisticated and state sponsored cybercrime combined with the use of outdated legacy approaches to protecting network data, serious cybersecurity issues need to be addressed. 
As data network infrastructure is the on-ramp for all organizations’ connectivity, the threats to intellectual property, government secrets, sovereignty, citizen identities and critical national infrastructure have never been greater.

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