An HSM’s role in securing digital transformation Luna HSMs
The foundation of digital trust
Today’s digital world is in a state of flux, with enterprises and governments modernising their businesses, processes and products by implementing faster and frequently changing digital technologies and becoming increasingly dependent on an expanding amount of data. They are optimising by taking workloads to the cloud, or forging ahead transforming, taking advantage of a wide variety of emerging technologies. Security risks and challenges are also evolving and change is prevalent in the environments where we work and store our data.
Regardless of the reason, be it to increase customer loyalty, using analytics to make faster, more accurate decisions, or drive business and revenues, this digital journey is opening up more vulnerabilities and areas for a cyber-attack, and sensitive data is at a greater risk than ever before.
A strong foundation of digital trust means you are protected without compromising agility, usability or scalability so that you can meet the high demands of industry regulations and audit requirements in addition to achieving your business and revenue goals. Ensuring your cryptographic keys and digital identities are always secure, and establishing integrity, confidentiality and trust between devices, users and data is critical to your business.
Thales Luna hardware security modules (HSMs) have been protecting businesses and people for decades. Organisations rely on Luna HSMs as their hardware root of trust, providing the following benefits:
FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated Luna HSMs play a critical role in protecting applications using emerging technologies:
Your digital security is dependent on cryptographic keys that encrypt and decrypt data and perform functions such as signing and verifying signatures, so ensuring the integrity of those keys and cryptographic functions within a secure environment establishes trust in your organisation and the overall ecosystem.
Thales continuously innovates its high-assurance FIPS 140-2 Level 3-validated Luna HSMs to meet evolving security and compliance needs. Rely on Thales Luna HSMs as your root of trust to protect critical IT infrastructure for PKI, code signing. TLS and database encryption, as well as emerging technologies including IoT, blockchain and quantum computing. Benefit from a crypto agile environment, data ownership in the cloud and a true hybrid cloud data protection solution.
Secure your digital transformation with Luna HSMs.
Secure your sensitive data and critical applications by storing, protecting and managing your cryptographic keys.
Embedded directly for an easy-to-integrate and cost-efficient solution for cryptographic acceleration and security.
Key vaults are a secure and trusted mechanism used to protect cryptographic keys and secrets.
Delivers industry leading key management in a portable appliance with an USB interface.
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