Zecurion this week launched Zserver Suite 6.0–the latest version of its leading data encryption software. The new Zserver Suite has a number of updates, including new reporting capabilities, but the two biggest changes introduced in the new Zserver are EKMS and cloud data encryption.
EKMS–or Enterprise Key Management Server–automates and simplifies the arduous task of key management for encrypted data. Alexey Raevsky, CEO of Zecurion and developer of Zecurion’s patented AME (adaptive multithreaded encryption) technology, describes EKMS like this. “Keys stored by EKMS can be automatically uploaded to Zserver-protected servers, and when required, a Zserver-managed server can be configured to automatically open encrypted disks after the requested keys are obtained from EKMS.”
The second major change relates to encrypting data in the cloud. Many organizations are exploring how to take advantage of the operational and financial benefits of storing data in the cloud, however that data still needs to be protected. Using Zserver Suite 6.0, Zecurion customers can automatically encrypt entire dedicated servers in the cloud, or encrypt data on a file-by-file basis prior to transferring it to the cloud.
Check out the press release for more details about Zserver Suite 6.0, and feel free to contact Zecurion if you have any questions or need any more information.