The most prominent institutions, banks, telecom providers, government branches and many more rely on us to establish trust.
Our solutions integrate with the CrowdStrike Falcon® platform and leverages Falcon real-time response (RTR) to discover and retrieve cryptographic findings.
AgileSec™ Analytics integrates with Microsoft Sentinel to automate the discovery and analysis of machines identities and cryptographic mechanisms.
Our solutions integrate with Entrust’s Public Key Infrastructure solution to find unmanaged, hardcoded, or hidden certificates.
Accenture and InfoSec Global collaborate to address growing vulnerabilities across the industry’s cryptography assets, systems and infrastructures.
AgileSec™ Analytics integrates with the Tanium Platform to bring intelligence to endpoints wherever they exist, providing instant visibility and crypto-agility capabilities.
Uncover vulnerabilities and assess threat criticality across digital certificates, keys, and encryption.
Generate a single source of truth for all your assets, known and unknown, across your digital footprint to prevent unanticipated downtime with minimal effort.
Dynamically remediate vulnerabilities in real time without touching the source code.
Make in-field crypto changes, automate remediation, access quality crypto providers and transform crypto architectures
— in days, not months.
InfoSec Global leverages its patented technology across its strategic partner ecosystem to deliver zero trust security and establish roots of trust across the entire supply chain of embedded systems, IoT devices and machine identities.
Cryptography is a field of study and practice focusing on securing information by transforming it into an unreadable form, known as ciphertext, using mathematical algorithms and keys. It is an essential aspect of modern information security.
There are two primary types of cryptography: symmetric key cryptography and public key cryptography. Symmetric key cryptography involves using the same key for both encryption and decryption, requiring the sender and receiver to share the secret key securely. On the other hand, public key cryptography utilizes a pair of mathematically related keys: a public key for encryption and a private key for decryption. The public key can be freely distributed, while the private key must remain confidential.
Cryptography is extensively applied in various areas, including secure communication protocols (e.g., SSL/TLS), secure data storage (e.g., encrypted databases), digital signatures, authentication mechanisms (e.g., PKI), and secure financial transactions (e.g., cryptocurrency protocols).
By employing cryptographic techniques, organizations can protect sensitive data, ensure the integrity and authenticity of the information, and establish secure channels for communication and transactions. It is a critical component of modern computer systems and vital to maintaining data privacy and security.
Leverage non-invasive technology approach when remediating cryptography.
Minimize complexity across technology stack and infrastructure.
Eliminate reliance on application developers to manage cryptography.