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Thales launches first Post-Quantum Cryptography Starter Kit
Last month
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encryption
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iot
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quantum computing
Thales has launched the first-ever Post-Quantum Cryptography Starter Kit in partnership with Quantinuum, offering businesses a secure environment to test quantum-resistant encryption keys.
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Clowd9 chooses Utimaco’s MYHSM Payment HSM-as-a-Service
Fri, 11th Nov 2022
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martech
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commerce systems
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fintech
Payment HSM-as-a-Service reduces cost, complexity, time to market and also provides access to deep expertise in Payment HSMs and payments-related cryptography.
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Macroeconomic headwinds driving security up priority list
Fri, 23rd Sep 2022
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cybersecurity
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economics
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abi research
Current macroeconomic headwinds are driving security up enterprise’s priority list and reshaping the hardware Security Module market.
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Enterprise digital transformation, cloud demand and Internet of Things drives HSM growth
Thu, 27th Jan 2022
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digital transformation
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cloud services
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iot
Hardware Security Module (HSM) market set to expand with increased demand for service capabilities and cloud-based offerings, says ABI Research.
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Research: Rapid growth of embedded security market inevitable
Mon, 29th Jun 2020
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edge security
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iot
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abi research
With the rise of IoT, as cybercriminals find new ways to gain access to devices, new secure embedded hardware can block their points of entry.
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DNA Connect signs on as nCipher’s newest ANZ distributor
Tue, 11th Feb 2020
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iot
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multi-cloud
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cybersecurity
nCipher partners with DNA Connect to boost cybersecurity in ANZ market.
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nCipher launches HSM-as-a-Service for organisations adopting cloud-first strategies
Thu, 19th Sep 2019
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cloud security
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multi-cloud
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ncipher security
nShield-as-a-Service is ideal for cloud-first strategies, selective cloud migration, or adding HSM capacity to handle workload spikes.