If you’ve thought about moving some of your business workloads to the cloud, you’ve also given a lot of thought to the potential pitfalls of such a move. You may think that - once you’ve placed workloads beyond your firewall - you‘re at the mercy of security measures over which you have little control. But in actuality you can have tremendous control – at multiple layers – over your data in the cloud.
This white paper outlines many of the data security capabilities that have been identified as required in order to move with confidence into cloud computing and introduces a new family of security products built specifically to enable your transition to the AWS public cloud.
Today’s online debit, credit and pre-paid card applications need always-on, disaster-proof database technology along with the enterprise security necessary to meet tough industry standards. This paper examines how DataStax Enterprise, powered by the Apache Cassandra™ database and using Gazzang encryption technology, meets these needs in one integrated solution.
The Appendix provides in-depth detail about the enhanced security made possible through the partnership between big data security leader Gazzang and DataStax.
Additionally, the webinar recording is available on-demand.
The need for security and privacy of enterprise data is not a new concept, but the evolution of big data changes the game in many ways. For starters, most of the NoSQL data stores in use today do not have sufficient mechanisms to secure big data. This white paper outlines some of the challenges associated with securing big data and offers tips for protecting your most important business asset.
Data security is often cited as one of the top concerns for enterprises today, and it's an important factor in determining whether to offload application and data management to a SaaS vendor. To assure customer confidence, SaaS providers need comprehensive data encryption and key management solutions that are straightforward, high-performant and easy to deploy and manage. This white paper, published by EMA, outlines key data security considerations for SaaS vendors using traditional MySQL environments as well as big data platforms such as Hadoop, Cassandra, MongoDB and others.
In this paper, Enterprise Management Associates® (EMA™) analysts explore four use cases for Gazzang zNcrypt™ deployment, including: the protection of FTP data, security for sensitive configuration data or functional code, compatibility with NoSQL environments that demonstrate zNcrypt’s ability to “future-proof” applications, and protection for database structures as well as for the data within. Those responsible for the protection of sensitive information, who often find themselves wondering which way to turn when it comes to simple, transparent and unified data encryption will find much to their liking this highly flexible solution.