Over half of all organizations face a security incident at least once a year, and cybercrime continues to rise steadily. Governments respond by introducing tougher legislation which ensures that European organizations process as well as protect their data with all due care. You can minimize these security risks with Eurofiber’s WDM Encrypted, which provides intrinsic protection for your data transport.
Encrypted data, the ultimate protection
Eurofiber provides demonstrable guarantees that intercepted data cannot be used by anyone tapping the connection. Eurofiber’s WDM Encrypted makes it possible to safely encrypt data that is sent across a network.
The benefits of optical encryption
Many encryption solutions operate at the IP layer (OSI layer 3). WDM Encrypted, on the other hand, applies encryption in the optical layer (OSI layer 1). The advantage: up to a thousand times less latency, ensuring a faster connection. In addition, the protective security layer is transparent and protocol-independent.
FIPS 140-2 Level 2 and X.509 standard
Eurofiber’s WDM Encrypted is FIPS 197 certified for AES-256 encryption and FIPS 140-2 Level 2 for encryption hardware. It is the highest measurable standard that can be validated. In addition, WDM Encrypted uses the global X.509 certificates for data encryption and authentication.
Taking control of your key management
For more stringent security, we can facilitate your organization in handling your own key management. You can keep control of issuing and checking the encryption keys. This eliminates the need for a third party to be involved in key management, thus minimizing the risk that your data will end up in the hands of third parties.
Armed against cybercrime
Hackers continue to develop new ways to get their hands on privacy-sensitive information. Protect your data with Eurofiber’s WDM Encrypted, and immediately achieve compliance with stricter privacy laws.
Protect your network against cybercrime
In this e-book, we will explain the vulnerabilities in WAN, the possible consequences of a data breach, and what you can do to protect your data connections.