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Universal Client v10.1 Now Available for Data Protection On Demand (DPoD) and Luna

We’re excited to announce that the Universal Client v 10.1 is now available, providing the following benefits: Hybrid Support: Deploy a single client to support both our on-premises and cloud-based HSMs Clone keys between Luna HSMs and DPoD Securely backup and restore HSM key material between Luna HSMs, DPoD, and…

 

Product Change Notice: Crypto Command Center

Thales Crypto Command Center continues to evolve, adding new features and enhancements in order for Enterprises to centrally manage Luna Network Hardware Security Modules (HSMs). New to the platform: Ability for administrators to view the health and status of clients connecting to the HSM; Application Owners can view monitoring data,…

 

10G Fiber Now Available on SafeNet Luna Network HSM 7

We have now introduced 10G fiber network connectivity for SafeNet Luna Network HSM A790 and S790 models. This new option satisfies organizations standardizing data centers on 10G fiber. The SafeNet Luna Network HSMs are now available in the following configurations: New offering: 2x10G SFP+ ports with fiber optic transceivers and…

 

SafeNet Luna HSM 7.4 Now Available

Featuring FMs, support for Ed25519ph algorithm and partition utilization metrics We are pleased to announce that SafeNet Luna HSM 7.4 is now available. This field update for SafeNet Luna Network and PCIe HSM 7 features Functionality Modules (FMs), and also includes support for the Ed25519ph algorithm and partition utilization metrics/counters.…

 

SafeNet Luna PED v 2.8 Now Available

Our latest SafeNet Luna Pin Entry Device (PED)  has now been released, enabling remote or local management of SafeNet Luna HSM security administration functions. The latest refresh maintains the same look and functionality as its predecessor including the highest levels of security through FIPS 140-2-validated two-factor authentication, and is USB-powered…