Crypto Service Gateway: Enabling Crypto-Agility with the CSG Policy Engine

The business world today is built on the pervasive use of cryptography, to authenticate people and processes, to secure communications, and to protect sensitive data.

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What Do Companies Perceive as the Most Important Encryption Features?

The need for certain encryption technology features can vary from company to company, depending on their individual needs for securing their data. The recent Ponemon Institute survey, Global Encryption Trends Study, showed that some encryption features are considered more essential than others when considering an encryption solution, especially for strong key management purposes.

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Using a Centralized Key Management System to Enforce Information Security Policies

A Key Management System (KMS) must be designed in a manner that supports the goals of each organization using the KMS. The aim of a security policy is to provide a secure working environment for the organization by establishing required security measures, protocols and controls. 

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Key Management Considerations For Creating a Domain Security Policy

This article discusses the necessary exchange of information between entities within a security domain and other entities outside of the security domain, including recommendations to regulate and secure this flow through the Domain Security Policy.

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Cryptographic Key Management Policy: a layered approach

 

This article discusses the functions and use of hierarchical layers when establishing a cryptographic key management policy, and how the policy layers interact.

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