Kubernetes container encryption
Patented next generation container encryption
Randtronics Data Privacy Manager (DPM) is an innovative solution which is simple to implement, that allows businesses to protect sensitive data stored within Kubernetes containers, on-premise and across multi-vendor clouds. Businesses around the world are starting to understand and benefit from the implementation of containerized workloads to reduce operational costs, scale to meet peak loads and build their own private cloud within the multi-vendor public clouds of Azure, AWS and Google.
Organizations that take advantage of the increased flexibility, efficiency and agility of container technology aren’t looking to be slowed down by their security measures. It is of utmost importance that data security solutions can match the benefits of advancing technology, otherwise the advantages gained through technological progress are lost. Kubernetes and cloud deployment implementations create a big challenge for organizations on how to protect their sensitive data stored within containers, on host systems and on external storage.
Randtronics understands businesses want their cybersecurity measures to be flexible, agile, simple and secure. At Randtronics that is what we develop and deliver. That is why our DPM now offers policy-based key management and privacy of structured and unstructured data via tokenization, encryption and access control for container worker nodes.
The DPM transparent encryption agent encrypts application files and database data stored in persistent volumes in worker nodes, NFS servers or Portworx storage devices. This requires no code changes to be made, making our DPM solution the easiest option to integrate for businesses while still providing industry-leading security. DPM provides granular access control based on user and application requirements to ensure businesses have full control over who has authorization to access any sensitive data.
More granular protection of structured data within applications can be achieved by utilizing DPM APIs to perform tokenization or format preserving encryption. DPM supports full key life cycle management and allows separation of duties, auditing and policy-based data de-identification via spoofing features.
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