Hewlett Packard Enterprise Hardens End-to-End Data Security with Integrated Offering

HPE SecureData and HPE Atalla HSM streamline data protection and reduce management complexity

14 September 2016

Today, from HPE Protect 2016, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced the integration of HPE SecureData with HPE Atalla Hardware Security Module (HSM), offering customers a cohesive end-to-end data security approach to protect organizations’ most sensitive digital assets.

Organizations are seeking data-centric security that is powerful, yet easy to deploy, administer and integrate seamlessly with their security ecosystem. Bolting on a multitude of point solutions to meet the stringent data security requirements creates challenges of interoperability, security policy management and upgrades. According to IDC, “vendor products that integrate or interoperate with other security solutions will have an advantage in the years to come as organizations seek ways to create a cohesive security infrastructure.”1

The integration of HPE SecureData with HPE Atalla HSM offers organizations physical and logical data protection, FIPS validated hardware solution for storing and managing keys, and centralized configuration and security policy enforcement, making it simpler for customers to manage data protection with a single vendor contact. HPE SecureData delivers a comprehensive NIST standardized method of protecting data over its entire lifecycle via next-generation Hyper Format-Preserving Encryption (FPE) and Hyper Secure Stateless Tokenization (SST)technologies. HPE Atalla HSM, a PCI HSM certified and FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validated appliance, enables high-performance cryptography and key management within secure hardware root of trust, functions that streamline and simplify the challenges of enterprise protection.

“Organizations are trying to manage risk against an ever-changing threat landscape, but it’s becoming increasingly difficult when faced with more complex infrastructures and countless solution sets available in the market,” said Albert Biketi, vice president and general manager, HPE Security – Data Security, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “HPE provides an integrated, comprehensive data security approach that enables customers to streamline the deployment of their risk management strategy, hardening their hardware and software layers to protect their organizations’ most sensitive data end-to-end.”

By seamlessly integrating HPE SecureData with HPE Atalla HSM, customers across all industries can work with a single vendor to secure their data and meet data protection regulations required by the payment card industry data security standard (PCI DSS) and the new global data privacy regulation (GDPR), as well as protect personal identifiable information (PII) and personal health information (PHI).


The HPE SecureData and HPE Atalla HSM integrated solution will be available globally on September 21, 2016. For more information on HPE Security – Data Security solutions, visit https://software.microfocus.com/en-us/solutions/data-security-encryption.

HPE’s annual enterprise security conference, HPE Protect, is taking place this week from Sept. 13-16 in National Harbor, Maryland. Follow HPE Security on Twitter @HPE_Security, and keep up with event happenings by following the event hashtag #HPEProtect.

About HPE Security

HPE Security helps organizations protect their business-critical digital assets by building security into the fabric of the enterprise, detecting and responding to advanced threats, and safeguarding continuity and compliance to effectively mitigate risk. With an integrated suite of market-leading products, services, threat intelligence and security research, HPE Security empowers organizations to balance protection with innovation to keep pace with today’s idea economy.  Find out more about HPE Security at https://www.hpe.com/us/en/solutions/security.html.

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(1) IDC “Worldwide IT Security Products Forecast, 2015-2019” December 2015 (Doc # US40709015)

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