Datacryptor 5000 Series protects an organization’s most sensitive information with the most complete, high-speed security solution for data-in-motion
Thales, leader in critical information systems and cybersecurity, announces the launch of the Datacryptor 5000 Series, a high-speed data in motion security platform that delivers high performance encryption at near zero latency. Its advanced security and efficiency features make it an extremely compelling security solution for both commercial and government customers.
Datacryptor 5000 Series devices bring all the benefits of line-speed encryption to mixed backbone networks. Able to traverse Layer 2, IPv4 and IPv6 networks, the versatile Datacryptor 5000 is designed to secure data in motion with little to no impact to network performance and expensive bandwidth. Traffic flow security protects against man-in-the-middle attacks, traffic analysis and side channel attacks, while ensuring data integrity. And unlike some network security solutions, Datacryptor 5000 Series devices are field upgradeable to ensure long service life and to enable new protection capabilities to be added to thwart evolving threats.
- Near line-speed encryption from 10Mbps to 10Gbps
- Cost effective utilization of bandwidth – 95% utilization using industry-unique turbo efficiency mode
- Traffic flow security protects your data against traffic analyses and side channel attacks
- Internal key server for low cost redundancy
- Easily scales to support hundreds of encryptors
- Separation of VLAN by key material
- Connects over Layer 2, IPv4 and IPv6 WANs
Cindy Provin, President Thales eSecurity Inc., says: As applications become more distributed, moving into the cloud or hosting at remote data centers, companies of all types need faster, more secure methods of protecting data in motion. For governments, citizen’s lives depend upon the reliability, integrity, and security of data. Datacryptor 5000 Series offers a complete security solution that scales from simple point-to-point to many hundreds of endpoints and with little to no impact on network performance.”
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