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Panacea InfoSec

As organizations seek to protect data from cybercriminals, internal theft or even accidental loss, and to prove compliance with a host of laws and industry mandates, they find that an effective defense against these threats is a strong offense. Enter Liaison.

Organizations around the globe have integrated Liaison’s encryption and key management products and services into their overall risk management strategy. As a result, they proactively meet industry and government compliance requirements while securing a range of high-value, sensitive and regulated data assets – including passwords, Social Security numbers, National Insurance numbers, passport numbers, payment card data, health records and a host of other personally identifiable information (PII).

Panacea InfoSec offer the following Data Encryption:

The benefits of Data Encryption are:

Cleary defined Security Policies

Define what information needs to be protected, who has access to this information, when and how it should be accessed, and from what machines and/or applications it can be accessed. This includes the capability to restrict view access of sensitive data from both security and database administrators.

Encryption Key Management

Provides the capability to centralise all key management tasks on a single platform and effectively automate key management administration, including an automated and secure mechanism for key rotation, replication, and backup.

Monitor and Report on policy

Tamper proof auditing tracks all authorised and unauthorised attempts to access protected data as well as any changes to security policies. It even tracks activities of the database administrator (DBA) with respect to sensitive data, and provides a complete audit report of all these activities. All log records are encrypted and protected.

Database Backup Encryption

Native SQL Server backups are essentially a dump of data stored in SQL Server files. This is an inefficient and insecure way of storing backup data, as it is stored unencrypted, unprotected, and uncompressed.

Creating compressed and encrypted backups of your SQL Server databases, allows you to make smaller, safer, faster database backups. Encrypting the backup file means that only people with the designated password can access that backup file, making it much less vulnerable.

SQL Backup runs on the server hosting your SQL Server databases and uses the SQL Server Virtual Device Interface (VDI). It will compress and encrypt data as it is being backed up. SQL Backup uses 256-bit AES (Rijndael) encryption to secure your backup files from unauthorised access.
Specific Feature Includes

File Encryption

Standard Compliance

Strong file security and regular audits support compliance with industry regulations and government legislation. File encryption helps enterprises who must comply with the PCI standards to secure sensitive customer information such as credit card numbers. This type of encryption also assists enterprises who must comply with government standards including US state privacy laws, Sarbanes-Oxley, Canada’s PIPEDA, and the European Privacy Directive. The file-level encryption and auditing features of VPDisk enable enterprises to achieve their business objectives while still meeting their customers’ privacy expectations, keeping their customers’ trust, and complying with industry and government standards.

Support for Industry best practices

Encrypting your files supports industry best practices for hardening your critical data and protecting it against attack. It protects executables from infection by worms/viruses, encrypts sensitive information contained in log files, and secure databases by encrypting the underlying database files. Clients utilizing this solution can encrypt pages, images, and scripts to protect web sites from the threat of defacement. Security Administrators may optionally group sensitive files into secure folders, freeing themselves from managing the individual files.


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