KOA is a cryptographic key management appliance that can integrate with
any KMIP-compliant client or device to centrally manage all encryption
keys across your enterprise, whether it be encrypted data at rest, in transit,
or in use.
Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) was introduced by OASIS in 2010. OASIS is a non-profit consortium that focuses on bringing standards
to information technology industries. This includes standards for information security and the Internet of Things (IoT). KMIP is a protocol that defin...
The Secure Data Protection Platform (SDP2) enables encryption for
data-at-rest with zero impact on performance. Replace traditional NAS data
storage in both physical and virtual environments with a drop-in solution
that is effortless to implement and maintain.
Data protection is a fundamental goal of cybersecurity. Current cybersecurity solutions attempt to do this in one of
two ways: Preventing bad actors from breaching network perimetersQuickly detecting network breaches once the perimeter has been breached.