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To secure the cloud, keep all your keys in one place

Larry Warnock | May 15, 2014
Cloud services may be more secure than the average data center, but managing access -- including handling encryption keys -- raises new risks. Larry Warnock of Gazzang offers one answer

Keeping track of the rapidly multiplying digital-security objects inside an organization is a daunting task. And it's made tougher still when each artifact has a different owner and set of policies. Centralizing on a software-based key manager that can store and secure any object type, enforce retrieval and revocation policies, and prevent unauthorized access to sensitive data and systems provides an effective security layer against malicious attack.

Source: InfoWorld

 

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