Fortanix Data Security Manager (DSM) provides built-in hardware security modules (HSM), key management, and tokenization capabilities with flexible consumption options. They can now secure data and keys regardless of where it resides. Fortanix DSM allows banks and other financial institutions to meet compliance, get tamper proof auditing on their data security practices, protect sensitive customer data, and avoid financial and reputational damage caused by a data breach.
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EBook: Data Privacy in Public Cloud
In a way, the challenges related to data privacy in the public cloud are like an exponential of an exponential. The use of private data is growing exponentially. The proportion of that data held in the public cloud is expected to double between 2018 and 2025. There has been an explosion in activity from data privacy regulators, increasing the cost of leaving data unprotected.Learn More
Cloud-scale pervasive data security platform
The Fortanix solution delivers a cloud-scale pervasive data security platform that provides cryptographic services, secrets management, and tokenization across cloud and on-premises environments from a single centralized point of management, control, and audit.
Meet compliance requirements.
Regulated industries like banking and financial services require that encryption keys be stored in FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated HSMs. Unlike cloud-native key management services, Fortanix provides FIPS 140-2 Level 3 protection for all encryptions keys, secrets, and tokens, enabling regulated industries to move sensitive data to the public cloud without risking compliance.
Single pane of glass
Fortanix provides a “single pane of glass” modern, multi-tenant, and intuitive user interfaces for simplified administration and increased control over the data, including extensive logging and auditing across your entire infrastructure.
Tamper proof audit logs
All access to personal data is automatically logged in a centrally viewable tamper-proof global audit trail by Fortanix. There is never any dispute about who accessed which data and when.