No one needs to tell you how quickly digital technologies are evolving. Or that data privacy has become a major challenge for businesses, governments and individuals alike.
Each time we use digital services, we create and exchange billions of pieces of data. It’s not just the volume of data that is set to grow. People’s digital interactions will have multiplied by a factor of 50 from 2010 to 2025.
Data is also becoming more personal, forming our online lives. By linking it to our digital identity, we can prove that it’s ours. We can access it whenever we choose. And we can decide to share it or keep it private. This creates a world of opportunities for new services that benefit consumers and organizations alike.
Yet identity theft and data breaches are both growing in frequency and sophistication. As our lives become more digitally connected, these two issues could threaten everything – from our financial transactions and medical records to how we cross borders.
THALES CTE (CipherTrust Transparent Encryption)
Advanced data-at-rest Encrpytion, Access Control and Data Access Audit Logging.
Thales CTE a file-system level encryption solution that leverages the cryptographic and key management features of the CipherTrust Manger platform to protect data. File-system level encryption, often called file or folder encryption, is a form of disk encryption where individual files or directories are encrypted by the file system itself. CTE performs transparent encryption. Authorized users continue to have read and write access to the encrypted data. Unauthorized users cannot access the encrypted data.
- Centralized key and policy management to meet compliance mandates
- Performs transparent encryption of server data at rest without disruption to business operations or application performance
- Granular access controls so unauthorized users and processes cannot access the encrypted data
- Can be deployed on network shares, file servers, web servers, application servers, database servers, or other machines running compatible software