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Businesses are fast-tracking their plans to move confidential data to the cloud, but many are failing to create adequate strategies for security and encryption.

Security is an important issue when connecting to a data centre or the cloud, but adding encryption can increase latency. Graham Jarvis looks at how businesses are solving the security and latency issues.

Wednesday, 29 July 2015 14:45

Google adds bring your own encryption

Google has given users the option of using their own encryption keys on the Google cloud Platform

The Vormetric Data Security Platform has been extended to protect data inside public cloud services including Amazon S3 and Box

David Tebbutt weighs up the arguments between the authorities, who just want to snoop, and businesses, who want to protect their data.

The new ProtectV Encryption offers service providers the ability offer secure and segregated data solutions in multi-tenant, virtual cloud environments in AWS and VMware

A new survey finds that as much as forty percent of corporate data stored in the cloud is not managed by corporate IT

Lawrence Garvin, Head Geek and technical product marketing manager at SolarWinds, takes a deep look into data encryption and considers its importance when it comes to the transmission and storage of data in cloud services

Rackspace joins the Vormetric cloud partner programme and can now offer data-at-rest encryption and access control solutions

A new solution to the problem of encrypting data with your own secure key management solution in public cloud solution such as Salesforce or Office 365 has been developed through a collaboration between Skyhigh Networks and SafeNet

New annual pricing model for SafeNet ProtectV and Virtual KeySecure solutions on Amazon Web Services (AWS) marketplace, can help reduce customer spend by up to 40%.

Amazon have added new free of charge encryption to its Elastic Block Storage (EBS) to protect data volumes and snapshots at rest, and in motion, however there’s no easy way to encrypt existing EBS volumes.


Cloud security business CipherCloud has unveiled CipherCloud for Amazon Web Services (AWS) to enable users to encrypt data on Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) and Amazon Redshift, AWS' petabyte-scale data warehouse service.



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