Encryptionizer Platform (NEP) for Servers
Securing sensitive data is the #1 business issue today. Easy-to-use and deploy. NetLib Security‘s Encryptionizer enables compliance and is a cost effective, flexible solution to meeting your critical data protection needs.
The NetLib Security Encryptionizer Platform (NEP) is so flexible that it can be utilized to protect the data contents of any Windows-based Database Management System – such as Oracle, DB2, PostGre SQL, etc.
SQL Server databases protection, see Encryptionizer for SQL Server
MySQL databases protection, see Encryptionizer for MySQL
Web Servers protection, see Encryptionizer for Web Servers
Encryptionizer NEP for Servers can also be used to also protect other server based applications, such as FTP servers or specialized backup software. Ensure that all data that comes in via FTP is encrypted and stays encrypted upon receipt, no matter the folder destination.
Automatic Whole Database Encryption
Whole Database Encryption is delivered using NetLib Security‘s leading data protection solution: Encryptionizer. It provides an additional layer of security on top of your DBMS security mechanisms, in case perimeter defenses are breached. It secures data on servers as well as on backup media. Encryptionizer secures distributed databases all the way down to the workstation or laptop in physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures. Transparent database encryption has one simple purpose: to make databases and backups unusable if they are stolen, copied, or otherwise compromised.
It provides transparent, on-the-fly encryption for an entire database. Data is never decrypted on disk, only in memory as requested by Database Management Server. In addition, data is automatically encrypted when written back to disk. And all of this happens without requiring changes to existing applications that connect to Database Server. If you have encrypted backups, no one will be able to restore the encrypted backups anywhere else.
Encryptionizer with TDE is transparent, easy to use, maintenance- free, requires no user intervention, developer friendly and can usually be deployed in a couple of hours. There are programming APIs available for encrypting/decrypting data-bases and non- database files. These are useful if you are planning to distribute encrypted databases, files, or other digital content to workstations, laptops, or other servers (e.g., connected by LAN, over the internet, or via CD).
The Advanced Version of NEP allows you to automatically encrypt any files copied to or created in designated folders and subfolders, even on a remote drive. You can also optionally audit access to encrypted files and folders to a SQL database. This feature is useful for data that may be imported or exported to your protected SQL Server, keeping all data encrypted at all times. As an example, you might have an FTP server which receives data into a folder. Encryptionizer can automatically encrypt all received data in that folder until it is ready to be imported into SQL.