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Futurex Provides Solution for Newly Announced Google Workspace Client-Side Encryption

Futurex Provides Solution for Newly Announced Google Workspace Client-Side Encryption

by Futurex on June 14th, 2021

Enterprises are always seeking ways to have more control over the encryption of their data, both in transit and stored. To meet this need, Google has announced that in the coming weeks they are rolling out the beta of Google Workspace Client-side encryption, presenting an important and exciting new phase in customer control over data privacy. Futurex is working with Google Workspace as a provider of Client-side encryption solutions to Google Workspace users, giving them and their organizations an unprecedented level of data privacy.

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Industry Weighs in on Hybrid Approach to HSMs

Industry Weighs in on Hybrid Approach to HSMs

by Futurex on January 11th, 2021

Organizations like options when it comes to mission-critical security — we know this from experience. For example, many organizations prefer to own and physically oversee their own hardware security modules (HSMs) while seeking the accessibility and convenience of the cloud. A hybrid approach, using both on-premises HSMs and cloud HSMs, allows organizations to construct an "elastic" infrastructure model for scalability, backup, and failover.

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Secure Payment Processing Through the Holidays and Beyond

Secure Payment Processing Through the Holidays and Beyond

by Futurex on December 14th, 2020

Blog post by Santos Campa, Regional Business VP, Enterprise Sales, LAC,Futurex, was originally published on CEGA Security’s blog.

The biggest online retail season of the year is upon us. It’s a great time to reflect on whether all that effort you have put into securing payment processing and other financial systems has paid off. Clearly, it’s a different shopping season in 2020, as more consumers are buying gifts from their couch during the coronavirus pandemic, according to CNBC. The more shoppers, the more scammers and cyber criminals, which means your systems are being tested to the max. Will they hold up?

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