HPE Security – Data Security

HPE Security - Data Security drives leadership in data-centric security and encryption solutions. With over 80 patents and 51 years of expertise we protect the world’s largest brands and neutralize breach impact by securing sensitive data-at-rest, in use and in motion. Our solutions provide advanced encryption, tokenization and key management that protect sensitive data across enterprise applications, data processing IT, cloud, payments ecosystems, mission critical transactions, storage, and big data platforms. HPE SecureData solves one of the industry’s biggest challenges: simplifying the protection of sensitive data in even the most complex use cases.

HPE Security - Data Security solutions provide end-to-end encryption, secure stateless tokenization, masking and simplified key management for protecting valuable, regulated and sensitive information based on policy. HPE Security - Data Security products enable reduction in PCI audit scope with rapid implementation and lowest total cost of ownership in the industry through the use of award-winning cryptographic solutions, including HPE Identity-Based Encryption (IBE), a breakthrough innovation: HPE Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE), and HPE Secure Stateless Tokenization (SST).  In addition to HPE SecureData for Teradata, offerings include HPE SecureMail, HPE SecureData, HPE SecureFile, HPE SecureData Payments and HPE SecureData Web for securing payment and personal data in browser-based transactions.   

Customers include Global 1000 companies: manufacturing, banking, insurance, healthcare, retail, energy/utilities, transportation, telecommunications, and government.

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Benefits of Partnership

HPE SecureData integrates with Teradata to provide native data encryption and key management capabilities for customers looking to address compliance or regulatory requirements such as PCI, HIPAA, or GLBA. Through the use of HPE Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE) and HPE Secure Stateless Tokenization, customers can protect data in-place, without affecting database schemas or formats. The joint solution provides not only data encryption but also data masking/de-identification, enabling data to be shared with less-protected environments such as big data, cloud, development or QA.

HP SecureData™ for Teradata

HPE SecureData for Teradata is an out-of-the-box solution for the protection of Teradata UDA. The solution provides unmatched performance and scalability to protect vital enterprise information assets. As a part of the HPE SecureData product line HPE SecureData for Teradata can protect the entire data lifecycle with HPE Format-Preserving Encryption and Stateless Key Management.

Quick Facts

Version Teradata Version(s)
2.1.0 TD 16.0
TD 15.10
TD 15.0
TD 14.10
TD 14.0
TD 13.10

Product Resources

HPE SecureData for Teradata Ecosystem - Securing Sensitive Data
HPE SecureData for Teradata UDA - Solution Brief describes how HPE SecureData for Teradata brings a unique, proven data-centric approach to the protection of sensitive data in the Teradata UDA ecosystem and delivers the ability to significantly reduce the scope of regulatory compliance audits.
HPE SecureData for Teradata - Solution Brief
Decision makers must have ready access to all the relevant data. Making decisions without the right data can mean the difference between a successful product introduction and a failed one. But it’s not always easy to get access to all the data you need, especially where data can reside in multiple, disparate databases and data warehouses.
Data Protection and Compliance for Data Warehouse Operations
Walter Conway, Qualified Security Assessor, 403 Labs LLC, will review PCI DSS requirements and security best practices that impact data warehouse operations. Walter will cover issues with cardholder data and other data supplied by upstream systems such as sensitive corporate financial data, social security numbers, bank account numbers and personal information of customers and employees.
 At HPE, Strong AES FF1 Crypto and NIST Standards Matter
On April 12th, 2017, NIST announced a cryptanalytic attack on the AES FFX Format-preserving Encryption (FPE) mode FF3, and as a result, NIST may revise Special Publication 800-38G, the document that specifies approved AES FFX FPE modes. The good news is this announcement has no impact on HPE SecureData customers who use AES FFX Format-preserving Encryption mode FF1.