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FIELDPROC Encryption on IBM i

Your encryption project just got easier! Learn how automatic encryption is now possible on IBM i V7R1 with NO APPLICATION CHANGES!


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Encryption and Key Management Everywhere Your Data Is

Encryption and key management can be deployed in your data center, as a virtual machine, and now in the cloud as both a virtual machine or cloud HSM. With new options, encrypting data is now easier and more affordable than ever.


Two Factor Authentication on the IBM i

Usernames and passwords are no longer good enough. To protect your sensitive data on your IBM i, you need another layer of security.


Encryption and Key Management for Microsoft SQL Server

Hackers don't break encryption. They find your keys.  The most critical barrier SMB companies face is access to compliance solutions that are affordable.  In this 30-minute webinar, Townsend Security will introduce you to Alliance Key Manager for SQL Server.

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards

PCI DSS version 2.0 has been announced. Is your organization prepared? NIST Certified encryption and key management solutions help organizations meet PCI compliance requirements. Read more



Strong encryption and comprehensive key management meet compliance requirements in HIPAA. Only NIST certified encryption provides companies with a safe harbor from the breach notification requirement in HITECH. Read more

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Encryption Key Management for Windows Azure


Auditor Resources

A special section designed for IT Security and QSA Auditors interested in learning about regulatory compliance on the IBM i.

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Your IBM i May Have a Heartbleed Issue After All

A few days ago I noted here that the IBM i (AS/400) did not have a Heartbleed vulnerability, and I shared a link to an IBM statement about this. It looks like IBM got a little ahead of themselves. You need to be aware of the new IBM Heartbleed security advisory for Power Systems. ...