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Randtronics’ core technology known as Data Privacy Manager (DPM) protects structured and unstructured data using encryption, key management, masking, tokenization and anonymization with multi-factor authentication, access control and auditing. DPM’s offerings are some of the easiest to install and use the safest methods of security available. Without measures like encryption, companies are only partly securing their data and exposing themselves to growing vulnerabilities like data breaches that cost companies millions of dollars every year. Randtronics was founded with the mission to empower businesses to be proactive in protecting their most precious assets to secure their future. With the introduction of DPM simplifying encryption businesses are no longer intimidated with encryption and are now able to easily protect their data from hackers and meet compliance law.

SOLUTION OVERVIEW

Businesses are spending millions in preventative cybersecurity measures yet data breaches are still continuing. Clearly, current cybersecurity measures are not working. Encryption on the other hand has proven to reduce the attack surface and stop data breaches. Industry experts are predicting a relentless continuation of data breaches and as such Randtronics recommends changing priority to encryption now rather than continuing to update existing or purchasing new cybersecurity measures. Companies should be using their current budget to purchase encryption solutions whilst continuing with their other cybersecurity measures. Essentially, businesses must prioritize encryption over any other cybersecurity measure because, when it comes to data security, it’s important to remember that “A business that only encrypts their data is more secure than one that does everything else.”

 

DATABASE ENCRYPTION

Organizations are a high priority target for hackers and malicious users due to their large-scale storage of sensitive data in databases. There are many options for encrypting databases: natively available from database vendors like Oracle and Microsoft known as Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) or from Randtronics offering its version of TDE known as easyCipher and easyData connector for data spoofing (encryption, tokenization, masking, pseudonymization and anonymization) in databases on premise, in a cloud or within containers.

ENCRYPTION KEY MANAGEMENT

Organizations are a target for hackers and malicious users as they store significant amounts of sensitive data in databases. There are many options for encrypting databases: natively available from database vendors like Oracle and Microsoft known as Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) or from Randtronics offering its version of TDE (DPM database agent) and DPM column level encryption, tokenization, masking, pseudonymization and anonymization. 

 

TOKENIZATION

For many enterprises, sensitive data is located on multiple servers across production, disaster recovery and development systems. The standard ways to secure and restrict the sensitive data can be an involved and expensive exercise, often having real time operational impact on the business. Conventional methods require security around access control and connectivity to be implemented across all servers that may handle the sensitive data. Additionally, precautions are taken to address physical security where the servers are located.

 

KUBERNETES CONTAINER ENCRYPTION

Randtronics Data Privacy Manager (DPM) is an innovative solution which is simple to implement, that allows businesses to protect sensitive data stored within Kubernetes containers, on-premise and across multi-vendor clouds. Businesses around the world are starting to understand and benefit from the implementation of containerized workloads to reduce operational costs, scale to meet peak loads and build their own private cloud within the multi-vendor public clouds of Azure, AWS and Google.