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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 a 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.

 

FACT:

May 2016 over 700,000 reported data breaches.

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

Are we at DEFCON 1 for Data Breaches? 

How government agencies can ensure that their valuable data doesn’t fall into the wrong hands  Cybercrime continues to be on a steady incline.  No matter what type of industry or organization you work in, it knows no boundaries.  In this paper, however, we take a closer look at the  government sector.  The organizations and agencies… Read More

The gig economy has put corporate data at risk

Compounding the complexity of remote working, a recent rise in the gig economy is spreading enterprise data security issues even wider, as workers are brought in on a brief timeframe to fill specific roles and tasks.  Unfortunately, this fleeting arrangement further increases the attack surface whereby hackers can breach the network, spreading workers outside the… Read More

Beginners Guide to Encryption for Compliance and Data Protection

Download our free guide here (PDF) Encryption protects data from eager cyber criminals. No matter the vertical, platform or application, whether a tablet, website, a legacy workstation, or a medical device, personal data is always at risk. Whether our most vital data is “at-rest” – on our computers or devices – or “in-transit” – wherever… Read More

Robinhood’s breach brings lawsuit

Robinhood Markets Inc. is now facing a lawsuit for its recent data breach, one that saw about 7 million individuals have their personal data stolen, or one-third of Robinhood’s total userbase.  Hackers in this case utilized social engineering, fooling a customer service representative over the phone, which allowed them entry.  Once again, it’s interesting how… Read More

12 hackers arrested in Europe

According to security groups Kaspersky and Emsisoft, 2020 saw approximately 65,000 successful ransomware attacks worldwide.  As part of a joint operation, Europol has recently arrested 12 of the contributors to this total. After much coordination by the agency and involvement with other authorities in Europe and the US, the suspects were apprehended in the Ukraine… Read More

Amazon’s GDPR Penalties

A massive fine against Amazon for GDPR violations was instituted this month, and now the corporate giant is appealing the results.  Insisting the $865 million penalty is completely baseless and unwarranted, Amazon has taken its issue up with the Luxembourg Administrative Tribunal after the country’s data protection regulator levied the fine in July.  Indeed, Amazon… Read More

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