Format Preserving Encryption: Do you use encryption to secure your communications infrastructure?

The encryption must be built in from the start or added afterward to the database itself and all the applications that access it — at significant cost, format preserving encryption is a way to avoid re-coding applications and re-structuring databases to accommodate encrypted (binary) data, therefore, built on an extensible infrastructure, the data security protection platform features multiple data security products that can be deployed individually or in combination to deliver advanced encryption, tokenization and centralized key management.

Existing Data

Ope maintains the order in an encrypted database and so range query can be performed over encrypted database using an encrypted query, first, you create a bucket for storing the file that holds the encrypted password, furthermore, easier deployment of database field-level encryption by ensuring that the encrypted data size matches the existing database field size, avoiding database schema changes.

Associated Tokenization

As a result, your security teams can address your data security policies, compliance mandates and best practices, while reducing administration effort and total cost of ownership. And also, in a handful of use cases, tokenization offers better security with lower cost and less management complexity. In addition, information corresponding to a format-preserving encryption operation of a data string may be embedded in an associated data string.

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