Encryption and Key Management Simplified
Drupal developers who need to protect sensitive data know that storing their encryption keys within the CMS puts their data at risk for a breach.
Users who are currently encrypting sensitive data in Drupal are storing the encryption key locally in either a file protected on the server, in the database, or in Drupal’s settings file. None of these methods meet data security best practices or compliance regulations such as PCI DSS, HIPAA/HITECH, state privacy laws, etc.
For this special podcast, Chris Teitzel, CEO of Cellar Door Media and Rick Hawkins, owner of Alchemy Web Solutions, join Patrick Townsend, CEO of Townsend Security, to talk about encrypting sensitive data in Drupal.
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