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High speed encryption for minimal impact

Protegrity : 13 May, 2008  (New Product)
Alliance between Protegrity and Teradata enables unprecedented performance in data warehouse encryption reducing the impact of security on business processes.
Protegrity and Teradata have announced new cryptography performance of over 6 million decryptions and over 9 million encryptions per second, enabling customers to maximise data protection while minimising impact on business operations.

'Our research shows that businesses worry that data protection may impact application performance. These test results show that the partnership between Teradata and Protegrity delivers proven enterprise solutions that help customers protect data and achieve regulatory compliance with industry-leading system performance," said Gordon Rapkin, president and chief executive officer of Protegrity.

The Protegrity Defiance Data Protection System uses Teradata User Defined Functions (UDFs) to embed encryption/decryption functionality in the database. Teradata's high performance UDF implementation and parallel architecture provides highly efficient execution, and then scales that performance linearly as the system grows in size.

"High performance data protection enables our customers to confidently meet their privacy and compliance obligations," said Randy Lea, vice president, Teradata products and services. "The efficiency of this data protection solution frees our customers from the technical challenges to focus on the value of business analytics. This data, rich with insight, provides a better understanding of consumers."

The test included Defiance Data Protection System utilising industry standard strong AES-256 encryption and Teradata 12 on a six-node (12 Intel Xeon processors) Teradata 5550 platform.

Since 2004, Protegrity and Teradata have collaborated on enterprise-level data encryption and management. In June 2005, the companies announced a global partnership to deliver database security for Teradata customers.
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