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Enterprise Security

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​With sensitive data residing everywhere, organizations becoming more mobile, and the breach epidemic growing, the need for advanced identity and data protection solutions has become even more critical.

With Gemalto Identity and Data Protection solutions for enterprise security, organizations can take a data-centric approach to their security posture, all while controlling access to the infrastructure and applications they rely upon. Not only can they​ create trust and authenticity in their transactions, but they can ensure that sensitive data is protected and controlled — both on-premises, and in public and private clouds. In addition to a heightented level of protection, enterprises are also able to improve business efficiencies and scale to the identity and data protection needs of tomorrow​​.​

​​Our Solutions

Identity and Access Management Solutions Icon 
Enable secure access to online resources and protect digital interactions with market-leading strong authentication and digital signing solutions.
Enterprise Encryption Solutions Icon 
Protect your enterprise's sensitive data wherever it resides or is transmitted with data-at-rest and data-in-motion encryption solutions.
Crypto Management Solutions Icon 
Secure your cryptographic keys with enterprise key management, centralized crypto resource management, and the use of a hardware root of trust.
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Maximize security and control in the cloud, migrate to new services with optimal flexibility, and fully leverage the cloud's business agility.
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  • Breach Level Index 2015 Report

    In all, 1,673 data breaches occurred in 2015, compromising 707.5 million records worldwide, according to the latest findings of the Breach Level Index.

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Gemalto Cipher Partner Program

The Gemalto Cipher Partner Program combines our industry-leading SafeNet suite of security products with best-in-class partners to create tailored solutions for enterprises..​​ 

Our partners include some of the most respected service providers, systems integrators, value-added distributors and resellers, and technology alliance partners in the technology and security fields. Contact us about becoming a Gemalto Cipher Partner​, or find a partner we're already working with that can help address your enterprise security requirements​.​​

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Find a Gemalto Cipher Technology Partner​​​​​​​

 Documents

  • A Security Survey of Strong Authentication Technologies

    A Security Survey of Strong Authentication Technologies - White Paper

    All authentication methods are based on providing the legitimate user with a method for proving his or her identity. Such “proof” can involve different form factors, such as something only the user knows (like a password) or something only the user has (like an external piece of hardware or the user’s biometric information). It could also be something that the user is, such as unique physical attributes, for example, a fingerprint or retinal scan.

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  • Assessing the True Cost of Strong Authentication - White Paper

    Many organizations rarely look closely at the Total Cost of Operation of their authentication solution and instead make a decision heavily driven by the up-front purchase price. This approach to assessing authentication costs shows that infrastructure investments and management overheads dominate the total cost of the solution. Lowering these overheads, therefore, would reduce Total Cost of Operation. Cloud-based services are increasingly becoming an integral part of the enterprise, precisely because they lower costs and management overhead while increasing flexibility.

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 Videos


  • Secure the Breach: A 3 Step Approach to Data Security


  • Meet Gemalto's SafeNet Identity & Data Protection Solutions


  • Hacking the Cloud Webinar



 Blog

  • Posted on Sep 26, 2017

    Guidelines to comply with PCI DSS 3.2

    Starting in Feb 2018, all who access systems that hold credit card data will be required to authenticate with multi-factor authentication. This is a direct outcome of PCI DSS’s new requirement providing best practices for organizations that need to extend their MFA and comply.

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