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Opportunities for improving efficiencies in the public sector are so great that the adoption of technologies like RPA is being mandated. Not only do IT decision-makers for U.S. Federal agencies need to get up to speed on RPA, but they must also ensure that current levels of data security applied to humans extends to robots as well.

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At the heart of this for IT is ensuring that the data flowing to and from these “things” can be trusted. IT needs to create security awareness around IoT, especially for protecting data at the network edge. There will soon be too many IoT-enabled network access points for IT to manage, and a data security strategy is needed to protect the integrity of the edge devices, components, endpoints, etc.

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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 managment strategy.

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The term Root of Trust (RoT) is commonly used in information security circles, but what does it mean? Why do we care? How does it apply to cryptographic controls? Modern computer systems are incredibly powerful and flexible. They can be molded to accomplish things that were unimaginable a mere decade ago. This same property makes them almost impossible to control and all too easy for malicious actors to find ways to disrupt them. To counter these threats, security experts have resorted to a wide range of cryptographic tools, and for these tools to function they need a trust worthy beginning.

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The Luna SA for Government uses a comprehensive three-layer authentication and access control model to achieve extremely strong security between the host application processes and the Luna SA for Government’s HSM partitions.This three-layer authentication and access control model was designed to allow the Luna SA for Government to offer network connectivity to clients without sacrificing the security requirements of HSM operations.

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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.

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Everyone wants their eyes on the data to reduce costs, improve efficiency, develop new products, optimize offerings, and to make smarter, data-driven decisions. To meet these demands, data will need be produced in more places, stored in more places, processed in more places, and ultimately, shared and distributed to more places. As an IT professional, this isn’t new news. You’re living it – and it’s quite the data protection dilemma. The thought of sharing your organization’s sensitive data outside of your brick and mortar location (and outside of your watchful eye) is a growing concern. So how do you find a way to balance critical business needs and requirements, while protecting your data from malicious threats?

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This White Paper describes the comparative security and performance benefits of Ethernet WAN data security solutions. We compare the benefits of SafeNet Layer 2 high speed encryption hardware with integrated encryption using MACsec or TrustSec.

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So, you need to encrypt your sensitive data? Your data is in high demand, and you know it needs data-centric protection. With so many encryption options available, how do you find the right solution to protect your organization's sensitive data?

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As the old saying goes, “loose lips sink ships”. For today’s enterprises, it is network metadata doing the talking—and a lot of potentially dangerous entities are listening. This paper looks at the risks that metadata can pose to many organizations, and it reveals how transmission security can be used to create a safeguard against nefarious network traffic analysis.

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There are several challenges impeding adoption across federal agencies of PIV for privileged user access. Primarily, the time and cost required to migrate to PIV-enabled technologies for privileged user accounts can be unmanageable in the intermediate term. Pursuing technologies that support PIV-enablement of privileged user accounts is an evolutionary process and requires significant investment as systems are updated, replaced, or migrated. In many cases, this isn’t practical for legacy systems. Download this White Paper to learn why authenticators are proven and practical alternative to PIV.

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Acknowledging that cyber security is a monumental task, CDM has taken a structured approach by defining four phases that enable agencies to fold in different aspects of cyber security over time. The program begins with dashboards at both the federal and the agency/department level. The program then deploys sensors throughout the network infrastructure that address different strategic questions associated with network security.

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The Cloud First initiative is now a reality—civilian and defense agencies are being asked to default to cloud-based solutions when possible. In order to facilitate the transition to the cloud, the Federal Government has implemented the government-wide Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) to provide a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services.

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For US law enforcement agencies, complying with the Criminal Justice Information Services Security Policy (CJIS-SP) is an imperative requirement. However, it’s also critical to ensure that the security mechanisms employed don’t in any way impede staff in fulfilling the agencies’ chief charter: fighting crime. This paper examines data-in-transit encryption, which is an important component of CJIS-SP requirements. It offers a number of insights into the approaches that can help organizations address data-in-transit encryption policies most efficiently and effectively—while ensuring that investigators and other users always get reliable, timely access to the information they need to do their jobs.

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From medical records to insurance forms to prescription services, the healthcare industry has become a networked environment— allowing patient information to be shared and managed by a variety of parties and from a number of endpoints, each with their own level of security for protecting that information. 

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As healthcare stakeholders and systems become better connected, the volume of healthcare data created, processed, analyzed and stored is greater than ever. The increased use of HD video – either for collaboration or patient monitoring – is also changing the nature and format of healthcare data.

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While HITECH provides ample incentives for healthcare organizations to employ EHR systems, it also builds on HIPAA to provide more stringent security and privacy rules. Therefore, healthcare organizations that leverage EHR systems must also ensure regulated information is consistently and effectively safeguarded—and do so for as long as that data must be retained, which can be decades in many cases. This paper reveals a key vulnerability that is prevalent in many organizations that have adopted EHR: regulated data held in digital storage systems. The paper also reveals how solutions offered by SafeNet Assured Technologies can help secure this critical area in the healthcare organization’s infrastructure.

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This Industry Insight highlights three best practices for IT to focus on for data security. Incorporating the cloud into your Big Data strategy requires a more comprehensive approach, and the starting point is to recognize the need for IT to adopt a security posture that is aligned with cloud-based technologies. The following three responses will help set that alignment, after which the direction for your longer path will be clearer.

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Attendees of this webcast learned how to easily secure data in a virtual environment through encryption in order to:

  • Ensure compliance with regulations and security policies
  • Protect directory services and intellectual property
  • Secure data in disaster recovery sites

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Attendees of this SafeNet Assured Technologies, Carahsoft, Emergent and V3Gate webinar learned how to apply the Encrypt Everything philosophy to protect PHI data. We broke down the HIPAA mandate and taught participants how to implement best practices to address key regulations, such as:

  • Workforce and workplace security
  • Information access management
  • Contingency plans
  • Personal and entity authentication 
  • Transmission security 

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Attendees of this webcast learned about next generation authentication methods that provide secure access to networks and applications from a variety of devices while ensuring compliance. We also discussed:

  • FISMA Compliance & Electronic Authentication Guidelines
  • HSPD-12 Compliance & PIV Derived Credentials for Remote Identity Populations

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Attendees of this webcast learned the best practices for Layer 2 network encryption, such as:

  • Protecting networks from fiber tapping threats and private VLAN vulnerabilities
  • Complying with mandates
  • Implementing flexible, future-proof designs
  • Ensuring performance and efficiency
  • Employing a cost effective solution

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Attendees of this webcast learned about best practices for high speed network encryption. During this time, we explored:

  • Benefits of layer 2 network encryption
  • Utilizing transmission security to protect data in motion
  • Protecting closed-circuit television and video surveillance transmissions
  • Securing point-to-point and point-to-multi point communications

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Attendees of this webcast learned about best practices for protecting high value data-at-rest, including:

  • Implementing dynamic encryption for data-at-rest protection
  • Centralizing key management to secure and manage encryption keys
  • Separating server administration responsibility from data access and key management

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Attendees of this webcast learned about best practices for protecting high value data-at-rest, including:

  • Implementing dynamic encryption for data-at-rest protection
  • Centralizing key management to secure and manage encryption keys
  • Separating server administration responsibility from data access and key management

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Attendees of this webcast learned more about the three-step process to effective data at rest protection. During this time we discussed:

  • How to identify your high value data assets and create a plan to protect them
  • Different encryption methods for structured and unstructured data
  • Importance of key management

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Attendees of this webcast learned why enterprise key management is a vital component of a robust data security architecture enabling you to:

  • Protect data against physical theft of disk drives
  • Meet compliance and/or audit mandates
  • Protect intellectual property in multi-tenant environments
  • Secure data located in disaster recovery sites
  • Refresh legacy key management solutions
  • Maintain high performance and availability of user files

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Attendees of this webcast learned how encryption provides a trusted storage security solution for:

  • Data isolation in multi-tenant environments
  • Privileged user risk mitigation
  • Compliance
  • Archived data and intellectual property protection

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Attendees of this webcast learned why securing encryption keys in a dedicated hardware key manager better protects your data. During this time, we discussed:

  • Vulnerabilities of storing keys on a server
  • Benefits of external hardware key management
  • Importance of separating administrative duties

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Attendees of this webcast learned more about the:

  • Administrative burden required to manage fragmented key stores and associated lifecycle operations
  • Inability to provide a consistent policy across multiple encryption solutions
  • Importance of enhanced key protection (FIPS 140-2 Level 3) and governance across key lifecycles

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Attendees of this webcast learned how you can employ a hardware-based digital signature solution to ensure the validity of critical documents with an easy-to-deploy, high-assurance solution using Adobe® LiveCycle® and SafeNet's Luna SA Hardware Security Module, including how to:

  • Guarantee signer authenticity and data integrity
  • Streamline business processes
  • Reduce costs associated with traditional paper-based processes
  • Ensure legal compliance

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Attendees of this learned how to easily deploy a cost-effective DNSSEC solution that does not increase the burden on DNS administrators and:

  • Boosts security
  • Reduces costs
  • Controls access
  • Maintains application integrity
  • Scales to accommodate high volume processing

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Attendees of this webcast learned how to protect cryptographic keys by easily integrating hardware security modules to applications in order to secure:

  • PKI/Certificate Services
  • Database and File Encryption
  • Web Services
  • Cloud Services

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Attendees of this F5 | SafeNet webcast learned how to secure and optimize the delivery of enterprise applications, including how F5's BIG-IP System integrated with SafeNet's Luna SA HSM can:

  • Deliver high performance processing
  • Provide robust security
  • Meet compliance standards
  • Secure the transport layer while improving data center performance

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During this session, we discussed the best practices for protecting cryptographic keys. Attendees learned how to::

  • Meet compliance mandates such as HIPAA, FISMA, FedRAMP
  • Safely store sensitive data in the cloud
  • Mitigate the insider threat
  • Protect intellectual property in multi-tenant environments

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Core data center functionality is moving to the field as part of battlefield multi-domain transformation. It is becoming commonplace for command posts, mobile command centers, and even mobile platforms: vehicles, ships, and planes to contain micro data centers that provide new capabilities and services at the cyber-edge to the warfighter. What still needs to be addressed is how to effectively transition existing core cyber security controls so that data is protected in the field when faced with conditions such as:

  • Harsh environments
  • Bandwidth-limited and disconnected environment
  • Supply Chain Security
  • Overrun or hostile scenarios
  • SWaP Constraints

This session will discuss how core cyber security controls can be transitioned to the tactical field in order to safely provide highly sensitive data for command and warfighters at the cyber-edge.

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Robust, web-based enterprise grade network management for high speed encryptors that streamlines management of  Network Encryptors

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10Mbps-1Gbps Versatile and Compact, Entry-level Ethernet Encryptor

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10Mbps-1Gbps Versatile and Compact, Entry-level Ethernet Encryptor

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100Gbps High-Assurance Mega Data Encryptor

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1Gbps-10Gbps Scalable, High Assurance Ethernet Encryptor

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100Gbps High-Assurance Mega Data Encryptor

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Hardened Virtual Encryptor  for Extended WANs and SD-WANs

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Compact, cost effective cryptographic key management platform for small to medium sized deployments commonly found in small offices, remote sites, and tactical environments

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Enterprise-level virtual key management platform that protects cryptographic keys

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Enterprise-level centralized key management platform that manages cryptographic keys, certificates and applications

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USB-attached HSM that is ideal for storing root cryptographic keys in an offline key storage device.

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Embedded HSM that protects cryptographic keys and accelerates sensitive cryptographic operations.

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Network-attached HSM that protects encryption keys used by applications in on-premise, virtual, and cloud environments.

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Middleware Enabling Certificate-based Solutions for Remote Access and Advanced Security Applications

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Cipher Summit 2019 Replay

Check out the on demand videos and presentations from the event. Download Now

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