Data encryption challenges
Data encryption uses symmetric and asymmetric keys. Only the correct key can decrypt the data. Brute Force is the process of attackers trying multiple random keys in an attempt to find the correct key.
A side-channel attack goes after the implementation of a cipher instead of a cipher itself. This probes weaknesses in system design.
Key Management and adequate key security, including the protection of key rotation and key confinement policies (i.e. never allowing key swaps).
Cryptanalysis attacks will exploit potential weaknesses within a cipher. These can include man-in-the-middle attacks along with other methods.
We cover both encrypting the data and the path, protecting keys, BYOK, BYOE, HYOK and Tokenisation.
Data Level Encryption
Session Level Encryption
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