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Published By: Oracle CX     Published Date: Oct 19, 2017
The Software in Silicon design of the SPARC M7 processor, and the recently announced SPARC S7 processor, implement memory access validation directly into the processor so that you can protect application data that resides in memory. It also includes on-chip Data Analytics Accelerator (DAX) engines that are specifically designed to accelerate analytic functions. The DAX engines make in-memory databases and applications run much faster, plus they significantly increase usable memory capacity by allowing compressed databases to be stored in memory without a performance penalty. The following Software in Silicon technologies are implemented in the SPARC S7 and M7 processors: Note: Security in Silicon encompasses both Silicon Secured Memory and cryptographic instruction acceleration, whereas SQL in Silicon includes In-Memory Query Acceleration and In-Line Decompression. Silicon Secured Memory is the first-ever end-to-end implementation of memory-access validation done in hardware. It
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Published By: Oracle CX     Published Date: Oct 20, 2017
This document discusses how to secure applications using Oracle Solaris 11 security and the hardware-assisted cryptography capabilities of Oracle’s SPARC servers. This document explores the end-to-end application security scenarios, technical prerequisites, configuration, deployment, and verification guidelines for multitier application deployments running on Oracle Solaris 11–based SPARC servers. In addition, this document covers the Oracle hardware-assisted cryptographic acceleration of the SPARC processor, a key feature when performance and data protection are deemed critical. The derived security benefits can be leveraged into a variety of solutions including application software, middleware, and infrastructure software.
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Published By: Venafi     Published Date: Aug 10, 2015
This whitepaper reveals why enterprises are vulnerable to trust-based attacks.
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cyberattacks, security, data security, cryptographic keys, digital certificates, authenticity, anti spam, anti spyware, anti virus, application security, authentication, internet security
    
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Published By: Venafi     Published Date: Aug 10, 2015
This paper demonstrates a recent attack that used cryptographic keys and digital certificates as well as guidance on how to protect certificates and keys and quickly discover and remediate breaches.
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attacks, cyberattacks, protect certificates, how to remediate breaches, security, security applications, access control, anti spam, anti spyware, anti virus, security management, security policies
    
Venafi
Published By: Venafi     Published Date: Oct 26, 2015
This is the second part of the Ponemon Institute’s 2015 Cost of Failed Trust Report, which reveals the damaging impacts on global business from unprotected cryptographic keys and digital certificates. This new report reveals that most companies lose customers, suffer costly outages, fail audits, and experience breaches due to unprotected and poorly managed keys and certificates.
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security controls, security, security applications, ssl/tls certificates, secure connection, security network, networking, software development, wireless security
    
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Published By: Venafi     Published Date: Mar 26, 2015
This technical case study addressing key and certificate security issues is designed for security conscious enterprises to understand real-life attack scenarios that threaten their businesses in today’s world. This white paper demonstrates a recent attack that used cryptographic keys and digital certificates as well as guidance on how to protect certificates and keys and quickly discover and remediate breaches. This paper should be read by more technical IT security sta? who are interested in detailed attack methods and remediation tactics. The executive summary is intended for IT Security leaders (CISOs and their direct reports) and addresses the proof-of-concept attack impacts on the business.
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secutiry, certificates, keys, security attacks, business
    
Venafi
Published By: Venafi     Published Date: Mar 26, 2015
We rely on cryptographic keys and digital certificates for encryption and authentication. But certificates can, and do, expire, creating costly outages. Organizations need visibility, continuous surveillance, policy enforcement, and automation to eliminate outages caused by expired certificates and secure their keys and certificates.
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outages, digital certificates, encryption, authentication, surveillance, automation
    
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Published By: Venafi     Published Date: Mar 26, 2015
The SANS 20 Critical Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense offers a blueprint of prioritized guidance to reduce risk. New updates to the SANS 20 signify the growing need to secure digital certificates and cryptographic keys to preserve trusted communications for all of your critical systems and your organization’s interactions with customers and partners. Too often cyberattacks on keys and certificates are successful because basic security controls are not present or not properly configured. Download the Solution Brief to learn how you can effectively build scalable controls and reduce risk: • Manage the rapid growth in certificates • Gain visibility into where keys and certificates are located • Secure your certificates against cyberattacks • Enforce automation of certificate issuance and renewal
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sans 20, security controls, cyber defense, cyber attacks, secure digital certificates, cryptographic keys, automation
    
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Published By: Venafi     Published Date: Mar 26, 2015
Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) operators have proven they can breach enterprises like yours by undermining your critical security controls when you fail to protect digital certificates and cryptographic keys. Not securing all of your keys and certificates enables cybercriminals to bypass controls like threat detection, data protection, firewalls, VPNs, DLP, privileged access, and authentication systems that you expect will mitigate threats.
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keys, certificates, security controls, apt, advances persistent threat, cryptographic keys, cybercriminals, cyber attacks, cyber defense, vpn, dlp, privileged access, authentication systems
    
Venafi
Published By: Venafi     Published Date: Jul 27, 2015
To learn how, Raxis reconstructed a real-world attack that targeted and compromised a global bank, using technologies and methods that could be used to breach many organizations today.
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cybersecurity, breach prevention, penetration testing, next generation trust protection, cyber attacks, it security, cryptographic keys, digital certificates, security controls, access control, application security, encryption, firewalls, hacker detection, internet security, intrusion detection, intrusion prevention, ssl, web service security, vulnerability management
    
Venafi
Published By: Oracle PaaS/IaaS/Hardware     Published Date: Jul 25, 2017
The whitepaper is intended for security practitioners as well as developers and administrators of applications who can benefit from secure communications. The paper presents carious strategies for securing applications using Oracle Solaris 11 security and hardware-assisted cryptographic acceleration features of Oracle's SPARC processors. The paper unveils the core mechanisms, configuration, and deployment strategies, as well as the role of relevance of using Oracle Solaris Cryptographic Framework and Java Cryptography Extension-based techniques for delivering a high-performance, end-to-end security solution. With Oracle's new Software in Silicon capabilities coupled with an innovation cache and memory hierarchy, Oracle's SPARC M7 processor delivers dramatically higher processing speed and revolutionary protection against malware and software errors.
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Oct 20, 2017
The Software in Silicon design of the SPARC M7 processor, and the recently announced SPARC S7 processor, implement memory access validation directly into the processor so that you can protect application data that resides in memory. It also includes on-chip Data Analytics Accelerator (DAX) engines that are specifically designed to accelerate analytic functions. The DAX engines make in-memory databases and applications run much faster, plus they significantly increase usable memory capacity by allowing compressed databases to be stored in memory without a performance penalty. The following Software in Silicon technologies are implemented in the SPARC S7 and M7 processors: Note: Security in Silicon encompasses both Silicon Secured Memory and cryptographic instruction acceleration, whereas SQL in Silicon includes In-Memory Query Acceleration and In-Line Decompression. Silicon Secured Memory is the first-ever end-to-end implementation of memory-access validation done in hardware. It
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Published By: Oracle     Published Date: Oct 20, 2017
This document discusses how to secure applications using Oracle Solaris 11 security and the hardware-assisted cryptography capabilities of Oracle’s SPARC servers. This document explores the end-to-end application security scenarios, technical prerequisites, configuration, deployment, and verification guidelines for multitier application deployments running on Oracle Solaris 11–based SPARC servers. In addition, this document covers the Oracle hardware-assisted cryptographic acceleration of the SPARC processor, a key feature when performance and data protection are deemed critical. The derived security benefits can be leveraged into a variety of solutions including application software, middleware, and infrastructure software.
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Published By: F5 Networks Inc     Published Date: Feb 25, 2010
Learn how Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) can add security to DNS while maintaining the backward compatibility needed to scale with the Internet as a whole.
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dnssec, dns cache poisoning, domain name system security extensions, encryption, deployment, cryptographic, internet security, security management
    
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Published By: Equinix APAC     Published Date: Feb 25, 2019
Security and Resilience in Cloud, Hybrid and Multicloud Deployments This white paper describes the challenges and motivations facing cloud, hybrid and multicloud users as they consider how to deliver traditional levels of security and robustness, while maintaining the API-enabled virtues of flexibility and short lead-times of cloud-enabled IT. Key Highlights: • Critical considerations associated with cryptographic key management for multicloud users • Implement solutions that are capable of maintaining an always-on service
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Published By: F5 Networks Inc     Published Date: Feb 18, 2015
SSL is the set of cryptographic protocols that secure data in transit. Today SSL is often the only tool standing between your organization and the bad actors. Read this whitepaper to learn how your organization can properly embrace a higher security posture to protect SSL.
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ssl, cryptographic protocols, data security, higher security posture, security, it management, data management
    
F5 Networks Inc
Published By: Symantec     Published Date: Apr 02, 2015
The discovery of the Heartbleed bug in April, 2014 exposed a serious vulnerability in OpenSSL, an open-source cryptographic library often used with applications and web servers like Apache and Nginx. This latest high profile, targeted attack allowed infiltrators access to the memory of web servers running vulnerable versions of the library. Heartbleed quickly compromised the privacy for communications applications on the Web such as e-commerce, banking, email, and instant messaging, and opened the door to the interception of user information, passwords, and identities. While the world now knows of the widespread havoc Heartbleed has caused to both businesses and individuals, it begs the question, “What happens when the next Heartbleed (or worse) comes along, and what can an organization do to weather yet another chapter in an all-too-familiar string of debilitating attacks?
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heartbleed bug, openssl, communications applications, e-commerce, user information, passwords, security
    
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Published By: ProofSpace     Published Date: Jul 31, 2007
This paper details the processes by which ProofMark tags electronic records with a self-validating cryptographic seal that acts as a "tamper indicator" based on a true and provable time-reference datum.  With this it is able to provide instantaneous and irrefutable proof of authenticity, no matter where the data resides or who has controlled it.
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proofspace, proofmark, proofspace, proofmark, signing key vulnerability, trustworthy time, authenticated time stamps, time existence of data, electronic postmark, asymmetric key cryptography, public key cryptography, time stamp, timestamp, time and data stamping, file authentication, x9.95, accredited standards committee x9, x9.95-compliant, transient key technology, timestamp
    
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Published By: Arcot     Published Date: Jun 04, 2008
In the past, authentication solutions were either easy to use and inexpensive, but insecure (such as username/password) or very secure but expensive or difficult to implement (such as OTP tokens and smart cards). Arcot offers a third option: WebFort, a software-only, two-factor authentication solution. It delivers the right balance of cost, convenience, and strength.
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arcotid, pki, multi-factor authentication, strong authentication, cryptographic camouflage, webfort x.509 certificate, public key infrastructure, authentication, arcot, security, encryption
    
Arcot
Published By: Venafi     Published Date: Mar 04, 2015
This technical case study addressing key and certificate security issues is designed for security conscious enterprises to understand real-life attack scenarios that threaten their businesses in today’s world. This white paper demonstrates a recent attack that used cryptographic keys and digital certificates as well as guidance on how to protect certificates and keys and quickly discover and remediate breaches. This paper should be read by more technical IT security staff who are interested in detailed attack methods and remediation tactics. The executive summary is intented for IT Security leaders (CISOs and their direct reports) and addresses the proof-of-concept attack impacts on the business. The attack scenario described in this technical white paper is based on a reproduction of a real-world attack in a Raxis test environment that simulated an enterprise security infrastructure.
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venafi, ssh keys, vpn credentials, digital certificates
    
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