Encryption without compromise

By The News Desk|9 February 2017

With GDPR set to raise the bar yet again on data protection in 2018, this article considers how organisations can deal with the onerous regulations and penalties for failure to comply, the escalating security risks and diverse infrastructure models, but still achieve performance objectives. Traditional encryption has fundamentally compromised network performance and troubleshooting due to the layers of security required.

The answer (this article suggests) is to decouple Layer 4 encryption from the main infrastructure completely as it operates in ‘stealth’ mode, meaning a hacker cannot see that encryption has been turned on and therefore it all looks like worthless data; yet information such as IP Address is still visible to the organisation, enabling investigation and remedial work to be undertaken if necessary whilst the encryption is still turned on.

In conclusion: trust nothing, secure everything.

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