Most IT departments have extensive perimeter-style security solutions in place to protect the most sensitive data within a company, but the statistics show that many organizations will be breached in spite of these protections. If such a perimeter breach does happen, it’s critical that any sensitive data is fully protected. Additionally, with recent breach reports showing that most data breaches still originate from inside the enterprise, a “perimeter only” approach is extremely risky.
XYGATE Data Protection (XDP), in partnership with HPE Security – Data Security, provides Enterprise-wide Format Preserving Encryption (FPE), Secure Stateless Tokenization (SST) and Key Management. No keys to manage, store or distribute.
XDP can support data of any format, including credit card, social security, bank account, DOB and other PII data, such as that processed by healthcare systems. The solution also maintains format rules, such as credit card check sums, reducing impact on applications that process the sensitive data.
When deployed with XDP, HPE Security – Data Security’s Secure Stateless Tokenization (SST) can be implemented with no changes to your existing applications or databases. Contact your HPE NonStop Sales Representative to discuss whether you need Enscribe, HPE NonStop SQL/MP and/or SQL/MX supported versions.
XDP intercepts all NonStop file I/Os, seamlessly encrypting or tokenizing data as it is written to disk, and decrypting or de-tokenizing data as it is read from disk. This is particularly useful for applications that might be legacy or are too risky to change.
The XDP Software Development Kit (SDK) can be used by those customers wishing to fully deploy HPE Security – Data Security’s data-centric security strategy, allowing tokenized and/or encrypted data to be passed around the enterprise.
XDP optimizes the HPE Security – Data Security solution
XYGATE Data Protection provides encryption for just about any type of data or communications on or between computer systems. XDP is the ideal solution for protecting both data in transit and data at rest.