Data-at-Rest Encryption Solutions
Whether storing data at rest in your physical data centre, a private or public cloud, or in a third-party storage application, proper encryption and key management are critical factors in ensuring that sensitive data is protected and that your organisation is compliant with regulations.
Oxygen can offer granular encryption and role-based access control for structured and unstructured data residing in databases, applications, files, and storage containers. With centralised key management and a hardened root of trust, organisations can ensure their master keys are protected and data remains secure.
Protecting structured data at rest in databases and applications:
For sensitive and regulated data residing in databases and applications, Oxygen provides encryption and tokenisation solutions to ensure the security of information throughout its life cycle. Organisations can retain control of their data and meet compliance standards by ensuring that only authorised individuals are able to decrypt and view sensitive information.
Protecting unstructured data at rest in files and storage:
The majority of any organisation’s data is unstructured – text files, photos, videos, presentations, emails, web pages, and other sensitive business documents. Oxygen's encryption solutions protect sensitive data as it is accessed, shared, and stored beyond the traditional data centre.
Data-in-Motion Encryption Solutions
Data in Motion Security is a Moving Target.
Proven High-Assurance network security for your sensitive data, real-time video and voice, on the move from data centre or site to site, or multiple sites, to back up and disaster recovery, to the last mile to the last mile, on-premises up to the cloud and back again.
Oxygen offer FIPS-certified network encryption devices, the ideal solution for data in motion security for enterprise and government organisations.
Download the guide and find out how to unshare your sensitive data and apply the right security and controls to ensure high value assets remain secure – even in the event of a breach.