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Encryption - The Last Line of Defense In Data Security

Posted by Pete Flagella on Jun 21, 2018 4:23:30 PM

EncryptRIGHT can complement and enhance your data security needs today and tomorrow!

The data security landscape is evolving and expanding across all business sectors. Keeping up with and getting ahead of protecting your data from breaches as well as theft is crucial now more than ever.

Screen Shot 2018-05-22 at 9.34.35 AMThese consistent breaches have challenged current Data Perimeter Security systems that specialize in identity management and access control. They are essential to all data security initiatives and come in wide variety of ever changing and complex configurations and options while being essential to protecting systems, users and data.

The "last line of defense" in any data security initiative regardless of size or complexity is the encryption of data, whether at rest or in motion.

With Prime Factors EncryptRIGHT solution utilizing tokenization and key management, you can protect your data today and tomorrow regardless of the technology infrastructure in place across all platforms and databases.

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Being critical to data security strategy, User and Entity Behavior Management offers Data Perimeter Security initiatives for both public and private organizations.

To learn more watch this 90 second video. 

While important components to a complete data security strategy, these solutions are complex requiring long implementation times and cost intensive budget and resources. Additionally, the threat attack surfaces, modes of breach, introduction of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and IoT technologies have added to the mix of vulnerabilities. All of this amplifies to the changing dynamics of enterprise network, application and data.

Encryption with EncryptRIGHT can be accomplished within days or weeks. 
 
Sound to good to be true?
 
Let us show you how simple and complete our EncryptRIGHT solution is and begin to protect your data today and tomorrow!
Prime Factors understands that data security is a “prime factor” to any organization regardless of size or industry. Before you become the next headline,  contact one of our knowledgeable experts to schedule a free demo or consultation and learn how EncryptRIGHT can meet your needs today for tomorrow's challenges.
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Topics: Tokenization, key management, Crypto Key Management, encryption, data breach, encryption keys, healthcare security, EncryptRIGHT

Data Security Architecture: Is Your Data Really Protected?

Posted by Pete Flagella on Apr 12, 2018 10:00:00 AM

The Problem 

Are you faced with gaps in your current data security architecture? If you could fill those gaps with a cost-effective, platform-independent encryption solution with key management and tokenization to protect your business data today, would you? Could you afford not to?

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Topics: EncryptRIGHT, Crypto Key Management, key management, healthcare security, encryption keys, data breach, Tokenization, encryption

Users Will Be Users – Don’t Hold That Against Them

Posted by Jeff Cherrington on Jan 21, 2015 7:18:00 PM

After a relatively quiet holiday on the data protection front (thank you, world, for no repeat of anything like last year’s Target® Stores data breach), a few things are starting to pop in the media the last few days. Some are expected annual summaries & reports, while some are from popular media. The latter comes from late night television – Jimmy Kimmel Live! ® aired a vignette of an on-the-street reporter asking passers-by for their passwords. This bit makes a nice bookend to a study done a decade ago, showing that more than two thirds of those asked would give up their password in exchange for a chocolate bar.

Kimmel posts video showing users giving their passwords to a random interviewer on street

While so much has changed in the last ten years, some things remain largely the same.  While it’s disappointing to see that many can still be tricked out of their passwords with very simple social engineering tactics, I find it encouraging that password security is becoming so commonly appreciated that it can be fodder for late night talk shows. 

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Topics: Crypto Key Management, Enterprise Data Protection