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Cryptographic Key Management

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What is Key Escrow, and how can it be used properly?

Key Escrow will ensure the data you have lost, will be recoverable. Unlike an emergency cash reserve hidden under the mattress, a cryptographic Key Escrow must be established and handled properly in order to remain effective.
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Encryption, Key Escrow and Cryptographic Key management in the Cloud  

As the world moves forward, we are forced to address availability of both personnel and physical resources. The Cloud seems like the ideal solution. But how do we find assurance that our data is secure if our infrastructure is now in the cloud?
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FIPS Certified Encryption Keys for Federal Cybersecurity

Data at rest protection made easy with Utimaco ESKM
Digital Transformation: Scaling Security Processes based on a Converged Crypto Platform
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Digital Transformation: Scaling Security Processes based on a Converged Crypto Platform - Utimaco

Digital transformation is on the rise and so is the need for HSMs. This requires a cloud-agnostic HSM solution that is able to seamlessly bridge the gap between on-premise and cloud deployments.
Michael Engel (Diebold-Nixdorf) - Encrypting Retail Banking Services for End-to-End Security (video)
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Michael Engel (Diebold-Nixdorf) - Encrypting Retail Banking Services for End-to-End Security (video)

In this video, Michael Engel explains, why he is partners with Utimaco for that critical element of encryption technology in the financial services across the globe.
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Managing Millions of Keys with the Utimaco Enterprise Secure Key Management system (ESKM)

Utimaco introduces the Enterprise Secure Key Management system (ESKM). Read about how the ESKM server can comfortably interact with cryptographic and storage devices from various vendors.
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The Key Role of HSMs and Key Management in Secure Permissioned Blockchains for Banking and Payment Services - An Overview

Blockchains are ruled almost entirely by cryptographic mechanisms. These mechanisms mostly involve digital signatures & PKI, hashes, and key derivation.
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“Ability” – Best Practices For Encryption Key Management

Read six best practices to consider with an encryption solution and its centralized key manager. Use a key manager to minimize the risk of a network or single point of failure and avoid large impacts on overall data security.