CSPi, a provider of security and packet capture products, managed IT and professional services and technology solutions, today announces two additions to CSPi’s global network of resellers and distributors of its security products - Chestnut Hill Technologies, Massachusetts, and Egoseal, China.
CSPi, a leading provider of security solutions, packet-capture products and IT managed services, today announced that its ARIA™ Software-Defined Security (SDS) solution has been named the winner of the “Enterprise Encryption Solution of the Year” award from CyberSecurity Breakthrough, an independent organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global information security market
CSPi, a leading provider of security solutions, packet-capture products and IT managed services, announces today the release of the ARIA™ SDS micro Hardware Security Module (HSM) solution at VMworld2018. The ARIA microHSM is a bundled solution consisting of a virtualized HSM application and the PCIe-based Myrcom® Secure Intelligent Adapter (SIA).
CSPi, a leading provider of security solutions, packet capture products and IT managed services, announced today the release of the ARIA™ SDS KMS application. This virtualized key management application serves and manages encryption keys associated with HCI deployments, including VMware® vSPHERE 6.5, enabling both VMware and vSAN encryption. Based on the KMIP 1.4 standard, ARIA KMS is the only solution that deploys in minutes, is highly available and is FIPS 140-2 level 1 compliant.
CSPi, a provider of security services and packet capture solutions, IT hardware, as well as professional and managed services, today announces that Netanium has joined CSPi’s global network of resellers and distributors of its security products. A logical partner for CSPi, Netanium is a premier provider of information security consulting and integration services. Both CSPi and Netanium place a strong focus on securing and protecting an organization's most critical assets in order to meet strict data privacy regulations.
It’s no longer data privacy vs network security. Data privacy regulations like GDPR and customer data breaches have joined privacy and security efforts at the hip. Data security is now moving to the top of the agenda, with companies paying more attention to getting a handle on what data they have, how to encrypt it, rolling out more granular access controls, and upgrading monitoring and auditing capabilities. CSPi’s Gary Southwell speaks to advising organizations that with concrete proof, through detailed level reporting, that accessed data was properly encrypted, means that a reporting the breach is not required.