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Simplify security for your stored data

Transparently encrypt data on servers, legacy systems, devices and distributed applications.

NetLib Security’s unique encryption solutions are an easy and cost effective way to proactively and transparently protect your data.
Encryptionizer is our powerful flagship platform that encrypts stored data right out of the box, with virtually no impact on performance.
No changes to your program code. Directly assists with compliance requirements.

Our solutions are ideally suited to developers of distributed applications and to small to mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) with constrained IT departments who need to protect stored data on their Windows servers and connected devices. Utilize Encryptionizer products to satisfy a pressing security need quickly, and with confidence to protect the safety, integrity and confidentiality of sensitive data.

 

84% of all data breaches

had clear evidence of potential vulnerabilities and nobody did anything with the information

Resources

LiftFund’s story of meeting compliance while helping small businesses 

How NetLib Security’s Encryptionizer assisted a nonprofit in their mission Compliance regulations continue to drive companies toward seeking optimal data security solutions.  Meeting such standards was the goal for LiftFund, a nonprofit CDFI (Community Development Financial Institution) approaching three decades of business, with a focus on microlending to small businesses that may be unable to… Read More

Medical device security is more important than ever: how one manufacturer answered the call

Is your patient data protected? For many industries, compliance becomes a trickier issue every year.  New regulations like GDPR and CCPA, in recent years, have joined HIPAA in requiring companies to meet certain standards to protect their customers’ personal data.  Meeting these requirements was a major goal for a Medical Device Manufacturer (MDM) with thousands… Read More

It’s gotta be the shoes! Or is it? The gold is in the data.

What do you think is the key to a successful sports team?  The shoes?  The favorite sports drink?  Player salaries?  Complaining about the referees?  No – it’s athlete data and analysis. Athlete data analytics is a hot topic in sports that offers a competitive advantage in more ways than one.  It holds great value for… Read More

Legacy Systems Are Not Secure. Fixing Them Is Easy.

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” So the old adage goes. But that advice might be as outdated as your software. It’s typical for companies to rely on systems that have been running for years. These legacy systems are antiquated, but continue to perform important business functions. The original programmers are gone, but they’ve… Read More

Compliance. Ignoring It Can Cost Your Business. 

Businesses are powered by data. Data is the language of our personal and professional interactions. Every transaction you make requires sharing your data with one or more partners. It is the responsibility of those business partners to protect your data and that’s where compliance plays a critical role. Government agencies around the globe have recognized… Read More

Beginners Guide to Encryption for Compliance and Data Protection

Encryption has become an important tool for Compliance and Data Protection. But it can seem intimidating.  It does not have to be. Our Beginner’s Guide to Encryption guides you through the concepts and use for encryption and how it can help you become compliant.

Key Management: Your Locksmith For Data Security

You’ve taken the first step toward securing your enterprise by encrypting your databases and critical files. Hopefully you’ve used a state-of-the-art encryption solution such as NetLib Security’s Encryptionizer, which employs highly secure AES algorithms and 256-bit encryption to make your “data at rest” (the information stored in your files, databases, and backups) unreadable to any… Read More

Legacy Systems Are Not Secure. Fixing Them Is Easy.

“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” So the old adage goes. But that advice might be as outdated as your software. It’s typical for companies to rely on systems that have been running for years. These legacy systems are antiquated, but continue to perform important business functions. The original programmers are gone, but they’ve… Read More

Protect Your Business from Malicious Hackers

An astounding 64% of companies worldwide have experienced at least one form of cyber attack. And because the pandemic accelerated the shift to telecommuting, many corporations have not had a chance to update their security protocols to deal with the risks inherent in remote work. This has created a tempting target for malicious actors who… Read More

Financial penalties for data breaches

Consequences abound, lately, for major companies across industries.  Most recently, T-Mobile and Uber have had to face the music regarding their respective data breaches.  In the latter, Uber has admitted to covering up its 2016 data breach in testimony to the Department of Justice (DOJ), reaching a deal with the agency to escape prosecution.  The… Read More

Log4J Bug Still a Major Risk

Last December, we discussed the recently disclosed Log4j vulnerability – a severe exploit that resided within the Java programming language.  It was described at the time as perhaps the most serious vulnerability seen by the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, due to the countless applications that used the Log4j code.  Some even went so… Read More

Wedding planners and medical device security

Sometimes, hackers don’t need to literally breach a company’s systems in order to do damage.  In the case of Zola, a wedding planning startup, all the hackers needed was access to user accounts to steal funds or charge thousands of dollars to their credit cards (which is still considered a data breach).  Existing accounts that… Read More

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