If your current encryption key manager just isn't cutting it, it might be time to move on. Make sure to migrate key managers smoothly with this helpful guide.
Using an encryption key manager is a powerful tool for managing your credentials, but you're also you're holding the security of your entire company in your hands. When upgrading to a new one, whether that is because the old one wasn't performing or just wasn't what you needed, you need to ensure that the migration process runs smoothly. The security of your company's data is at stake.
The team at Lockr recently launched a new version to our WordPress and Drupal integrations which continues to push the envelope of key management within the CMS world. This update is part of a large overhaul which started in the fall of ‘16 including both serverside and clientside updates.
The results? Lockr is now easier to use, easier to deploy, and more secure.
Organizations of all sizes and across industries are implementing data encryption technology to protect to personal information, customer data, trade secrets, employee files, tax information credit card numbers and more. As you look to implement encryption within your organization, there are a few core understandings about the importance of encryption. But first, let's start with a few basics about encryption and why you should use encryption in your organization today.
To many developers, encryption can be a scary thing. Thankfully, with the folks at Townsend Security and a dedicated community of contributors, we’ve taken great strides in making modules to encrypt Drupal sites easy and approachable for anyone to use.
In our everyday lives we all want to keep our possessions secure. We have deadbolts and padlocks at home, and RFID locks at work. But no matter how secure the lock, it is only as strong as the key we use to unlock it and way we store that key (hopefully not taped to the front door)...