Infinidat has announced a new integration between its InfiniBox storage system and the Thales SafeNet KeySecure platform. This integration uses the OASIS Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) standard and enables petabyte-scale customers to improve operational efficiency by automating key management and reducing the risk of losing keys.
Security teams use SafeNet KeySecure to manage and store encryption keys. This platform provides a security tool to assess and respond to threats and an auditing capability to demonstrate compliance with government mandates or internal data protection policies. A centralised logging system tracks all changes and alerts security administrators to any key modifications or potential breaches.
Infinidat’s multi-petabyte data storage platform already includes security features such as self-encrypting media leveraging AES-256 encryption, which recently passed NIST CMVP validation. The integration of InfiniBox with SafeNet KeySecure simplifies the deployment of self-encrypting media with InfiniBox throughout the array lifecycle.
Further bolstering its data security measures, Infinidat also announced that its cryptographic module for the InfiniBox and InfiniGuard has been granted Federal Information Processing Standards Publications (FIPS) 140-2 validation.
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