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Posted Jan 3, 2003

Protegrity Delivers Database Encryption, Key Management

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From eWeek]

Protegrity Inc. is rolling out security packages for leading databases that combine software with cryptographic hardware to provide enhanced key management capabilities.

The Secure.Data F3 package automates encryption and separates duties between database administrators and security officers, enabling centralized management of encryption parameters.

Protegrity, of Stamford, Conn., will announce Secure.Data F3 for Microsoft Corp. SQL Server 2000 early in 2003. A version for Oracle Corp.'s Oracle8i is available. Protegrity officials said support for IBM and Sybase Inc. databases is in the works but declined to say when it will be available.

The article continues at http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,3959,797902,00.asp



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