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 But that advice might be as outdated as your software.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.
Encrypt your SQL Express data, it’s easy!
The threat to your SQL Express Data: For years, SQL Express has been a cost effective solution for your small database requirements, but now more than ever these databases are coming under scrutiny for not being privacy compliant. With remote work currently a reality for many organizations for the foreseeable future, a surge in usage… Read More
Legacy Workstations Security – What to do when you’re no longer supported
Operating on an old laptop? Have a bunch of old desktops in the office? In light of Microsoft ceasing support of Windows 7 last January, new security concerns revolve around protecting outdated desktops and laptops. This is pertinent whether people are still working remotely, if they’ve already begun returning to the office, or a combination… Read More
Medical Device Encryption & Security
Managing the Internet of Healthcare Electronic Medical Devices (EMD) are the computerized instruments and apparatuses that come into direct contact with patients are and used to diagnose and/or treat. The proliferation of these devices across the entire healthcare industry has provided extra convenience for both organizations and patients alike. New applications have facilitated the collection,… Read More
Application Encryption and Security
As organizations continue to integrate more applications into their environment, application security becomes a growing concern. Gartner uses a helpful metaphor for thinking about applications security: Applications are like a pirate’s treasure chest, and sensitive data is the cache inside. So, how are cybercriminals raiding your cache & what can your organization do to ensure… Read More
Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) – Encryptionizer vs. SQL Server
NetLib® Encryptionizer® TDE offers some important advantages over MS SQL Server’s Transparent Data Encryption (TDE)
SQL Encryption: Difference Between NetLib Security’s Whole Database and Column Level Encryption Methodology
NetLib® Encryptionizer® is the only product line that can provide both whole database and column-level encryption for all Editions and versions of SQL Server. Below is a discussion of each of the methods by which data in SQL Server can be protected. NetLib Encryptionizer Whole Database Encryption and Column Encryption products can be layered to… Read More
Automatic Whole Database Encryption Software
Whole Database Encryption: Why is it important? The purpose of whole database encryption is to make a database unusable if it is stolen, copied, downloaded, lost, or otherwise improperly accessed. It is fast, unobtrusive, requires no programming, no administration, and can usually be deployed in a couple of hours or less. Whole database encryption uses… Read More