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Ingrian i211 DataSecure Platform Ingrian Networks Price: Starts at $32,500 Ingrian's i211 DataSecure Platform offers flexible, granular database encryption and key management. Firewalls and other perimeter security applications are the walls around the enterprise castle, protecting the information stored on databases--the crown jewels. However, for enterprises that need stronger data protection, there's Ingrian's i211 DataSecure Platform, a robust encryption/access control engine that blunts the fangs of application-layer attacks. Databases have myriad security controls to protect data, most involving different forms of access control and all-or-nothing database encryption. Application-layer firewalls can detect and stop many attacks against the database software. Ingrian Networks' i211 series appliances, however, fill a special niche for enterprises that require ironclad protection for most critical databases by encrypting data with up to 2,048-bit key length algorithms. Exec Summary Encrypts at the data element level Powerdul ASIC-based appliance Robust, ... Access >>>
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