Leaving no stone unturned when it comes to data security
Since 2013, 14.7 billion records have been stolen. The need for compliance such as GDPR, eIDAS, PCI-DSS, HIPAA and more has grown due to these breaches and vulnerabilities.
With increased focus on digital business, organizations are thinking out of the box to maintain highest security standards. They do not want to leave any stone unturned when it comes to their company’s data security – be it stored physical or in the cloud. Hardware Security Modules (HSM) provide a trusted and secure solution for generating encryption and signature keys, performing digital signatures, encrypting data and more.
Being able to demonstrate the effectiveness of your key protection is often the difference in being able to meet your industry, national or international compliance mandates.
Thales provides hardware security modules which comes in handy for management of data on cloud. Learn from Signicat’s experience using HSM for electronic signing.
What is an HSM and why do you need one?
How HSMs can enable you to meet your industry, national or international compliance standards – even when your platform is hosted in the cloud.
How you can easily integrate HSM with existing apps and IT infrastructure and cloud services?