Certes SD-Data Protection is a Zero Trust Overlay
protecting sensitive data in motion
Classify & protect sensitive data across any network with zero impact to performance, scalability or operational visibility.
With Certes your sensitive data in motion is protected. Increasing Regulations requiring the protection of sensitive data makes Certes your partner of choice. From working with large government customers to small customers operating in regulated industries Certes has a pedigree that meets the requirements of your digital transformation journey.
Understanding your data and proactively preventing compromise
By proving security at every stage, with auditing, analytics and automatic key rotation across your entire infrastructure, we're future-proofing your approach to data security.
Our products are built to protect the modern enterprise; securing your data at every step of its journey, from anywhere in the world.
Data provides a critical foundation for every operation of your organization – protecting and using it securely is central to a zero-trust strategy. While competitors offer encryption methods that are often disruptive and complex, the Certes Layer 4 solution is an encryption management technology that is network agnostic, easily integrating into any network infrastructure, fully interoperable with the existing security stack and with zero impact to performance.
Certes offer the ability to support multiple deployments across multi-vendor environments on any network or transport. You can be sure that your data assurance posture will scale to support the depth and breadth of a your environment, whether deployed in a virtual environment, between data centers and applications or across the SD-WAN.
The International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) governs the manufacture, sale, and distribution of defence and space-related articles and services as defined in the United States Munitions List (USML).
ITAR compliance has been designed to control access to the various types of technology and information associated with the organisation controlled by ITAR. It’s in place to prevent the disclosure of sensitive data to safeguard US national security.
The US Government defines end-to-end encryption as: “The provision of cryptographic protection of data, such that the data is not in an unencrypted form, between an originator (or the originator’s in-country security boundary) and an intended recipient (or the recipient’s in-country security boundary).”
What does this mean in real-world terms?
News stories about cybersecurity data breaches are sometimes difficult to avoid and even more difficult to digest. Data is increasingly valuable to businesses – especially data related to customers, payments and of a sensitive nature. It seems like every other week there are headlines about another major company suffering a massive data breach, exposing the personal information of millions of users.