A Data Encryption Service For Cloud Servers

Use Cases


Server General TDE will help you to comply with the HIPAA/HITECH Act. You will be able to transparently encrypt and control access to your ePHI stored in a MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, CouchDB or a file server.

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Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)

Businesses rely on Server General TDE to meet PCI DSS mandates 3, 7 and 10. Our customers include tier-1 merchants as well as small businesses. We have gained experience over the years and designed our solution in a manner that makes it easy for you to comply with the PCI DSS mandates.

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State Data Breach Notification Laws

California’s SB 1386 was signed into law on September 25, 2002 and became effective on July 1, 2003. The legislation mandates that entities doing business with residents of the state of California must safeguard their employee and customer information – and upon discovery of any breach or suspected breach, must report the breach to any individual that may have been affected. The relevant entities are any state agencies, non-profit organizations, persons, or businesses that conduct business in California that own or license computerized data such as credit card transactions, magazine subscriptions, telephone numbers, real estate records, automobile registrations, consumer surveys, warranty registrations, credit reports, etc. It’s important to note that the legislation is not limited to companies domiciled in California; rather its coverage encompasses companies whose customers reside in California. However, the legislation provides a safe harbor provision when the breached information is encrypted. Many other US states have also patterned their breach notification laws after California’s SB 1386. Server General TDE can help businesses gain protection under the safe harbor provision by transparently encrypting in-scope data.

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General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will become effective as of May 25, 2018. Just like California’s SB 1386 data breach notification legislation, GDPR stipulates that any entity that handles EU citizen’s data must provide notification of a successful breach. The law requires the entity to prove that it had put all the right measures in place to protect the personal information of EU citizens. Server General TDE can be used not only to encrypt data-at-rest but to also control access, manage keys and for generating immutable log files.

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