With its versatile APIs and adherence to the OpenPGP Standard, SDS E-Business Server can be used and integrated throughout the enterprise. Plus, the FIPS 140-2 validated SDS Cryptographic Module is available in SDS E-Business Server for AIX, Linux, and Windows.
Whether your organization requires FIPS compliance or not, SDS E-Business Server provides a secure encryption method that has stood the test of time and is embedded within hundreds of organization’s critical IT infrastructure.
Encrypt email, file transfers, archives, desktops, and more. Here’s the agenda:
• High-level look at PGP encryption and SDS E-Business Server.
• Explore the common uses of SDS E-Business Server and how recent enhancements will benefit organizations.
• New features and enhancements that have been made to E-Business Server for AIX, Linux, and Windows. An exciting piece of news is that this will be the first release of SDS E-Business Server that can make use of the FIPS 140-2 validated SDS Cryptography Module on AIX, Linux, and Windows. This module supports Elliptic Curve, KAS, AES, Triple DES, DSA, RSA, HMAC and SHA-2, and is an option for E-Business Server 9.1+ on AIX, Linux, and Windows.
• SDS E-Business Server for z/OS has also had several significant enhancements recently and these will be covered as well.
Gary Bortner, Q/A and Support Technician at SDS
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