Podcast: Protecting Encryption Keys on the Windows Platform

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Compliance regulations require companies separate encryption keys from the data that they protect.

For Microsoft .NET developers this means storing encryption keys on an external appliance designed specifically for this purpose and securely retrieving encryption keys in .NET applications as they are needed for encryption and decryption tasks. 

Companies encrypting data in Windows applications must consider how they will manage the encryption keys to comply with standards such as PCI and HIPAA/HITECH.  Download this podcast to learn more about deploying an HSM at your organization.

Townsned Security offers, Alliance Key Manager, a FIPS 140-2 certified HSM that meets all compliance regulations for secure creation, management, storage, and distribution of encryption keys.


About Alliance Key Manager

Comprehensive. Cost-Effective. Certified.

Alliance Key Manager is the most affordable encryption key manager appliance on the market. It  meets all compliance regulations for the secure creation, management, storage, and distribution of encryption keys.

Alliance Key Manager at a glance:

  • FIPS 140-2 certified
  • Complete control over encryption key management from your .NET application running on Windows.
  • Flexibile design allows developers to retrieve keys with a provided .NET assembly or create their own custom interface to install on the Windows server to provide easy encryption key retrieval and secure SSL/TLS connection to the key server.
  • Most cost effective appliance on the market

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