Welcome to the Senetas View newsletter archive. Here you can browse past editions of our newsletter and catch up on news stories from the data security industry, along with the latest product innovations from Senetas worldwide.
A new edition of Senetas View is published every six to eight weeks, so make sure you check back regularly and keep up to date with the latest product updates, news, opinions and more.
If there are any topics that you would particularly like to see covered in future editions, please contact us and let us know, we’d love to hear from you.
Senetas View December 2017
In this edition Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fey delves into the importance of secure, collaborative file sharing and data security in his latest blog entries. He covers topics such as who is responsible for data security and what it means to organisations in the modern, digital economy.
We also feature a comprehensive look at the security and performance benefits of Ethernet WAN data security solutions in our new technical paper, a thought-provoking new infographic and a brand new IBM security podcast – Providing Secure Data Collaboration in an Insecure World – featuring Senetas’ CTO, Julian Fay.Senetas View December 2017
Senetas View October 2017
In this edition, we bring you a feature article to get you thinking about who ‘carries the can’ for your business’ data security. The post discusses the evolving landscape of data protection, its ownership, and the impact on business reputation.
We also have a case study where Senetas high-assurance encryptors were used in a complex metro area network infrastructure to bring to life a new-age “smart city”. We round up with a brand new infographic all about Senetas’ low-cost, high-assurance encryption solutions for SMEs.Senetas View October 2017
Senetas View August 2017
In this edition, our latest blog highlights the broader implications of cyber-security as we look beyond the recent ransomware attacks. Our new infographic details the core components of crypto-agility, including support for custom curves, BYO entropy and QKD.
We also feature a financial services’ multi-link encryption use case, and an updated commercial network data encryption solutions paper.Senetas View August 2017
Senetas View June 2017
In this edition, we take a look at protecting financial services data and introduce an industry guide to the features and specifications of Senetas certified high-assurance encryptors.
We also discuss crypto-agility, what it means for your business and encryption security solutions. Finally, we invite you to attend a webinar entitled The Quantum Threat Conundrum: How to Create a Quantum-Safe Security Strategy Today.Senetas View June 2017
Senetas View April 2017
In this edition, we take a look at the recent Gemalto Breach Level Index Report and what it means for the state of data security worldwide.
We also feature two use cases of Senetas certified high-assurance encryptors. The first is a case study highlighting how Senetas encryptors are used to maintain data security without compromising CCTV network’s performance. The second is an infographic depicting the use of Layer 2 encryptors to protect Cloud and Data Centre services.Senetas View April 2017
Senetas View February 2017
In our February edition, we introduce the Senetas CN9000 Series.
This is first commercially available range of certified high-assurance 100Gbps Ethernet encryptors that support the most complex fully meshed topologies. The ultra-fast 100Gbps bandwidth is designed to deliver maximum network data security and maximum network performance at unprecedented speeds.Senetas View February 2017
Senetas View December 2016
In this edition, we feature a blog on the emerging field of quantum-safe encryption.
We also have a new infographic illustrating a real-world implementation of QKD in a multilink environment; along with updated content on the Senetas range of high-assurance encryptors and a technical paper on Traffic Flow analysis.Senetas View December 2016
Senetas View October 2016
In this edition we highlight the changes to data protection in the EU due to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and explore the new EU-US Data ‘Privacy Shield’ Laws to protect data in motion.
We are also delighted to announce the launch of our new global website. Visit www.senetas.com to see what’s changed.
Lastly we look at a recent article by Ray Potter of SafeLogic, published in HealthIT Security that warns, Not All Encryption Solutions Are Created Equal.Senetas View October 2016
Senetas View July 2016
In this edition we focus on Transmission Flow Security (TFS) and the addition of TFS as a standard feature in our encryptors.
We highlight the need for encryption within Financial Services and lastly we look at how a European energy supplier was able to protect it’s SCADA network using small High-assurance encryption.
Lastly we look at Senetas ‘designed-in encryption agility’. The latest encryptor software release (v2.7.1) for CN series encryptors provides again the agility of the Senetas CN encryption platform.Senetas View July 2016
Senetas View May 2016
In May’s View we focus on the genuine threat facing SCADA control systems as a result of potential cyber-attack.
Also, in the wake of a number of recent data breach investigations, we highlight the need for High-assurance Encryption.
In our latest news we discuss how Metadata should be encrypted and, finally, with government and security forces calling for encryption back doors we say If it’s not broken, don’t fix it.Senetas View May 2016
Senetas View February/March 2016
In the March edition of the View we focus on the recent network device vulnerability revelations.
Insecure by Design looks at the UK Government-promoted MIKEY SAKKE encryption protocol with built-In backdoor and we also highlight the need for High Assurance Encryption.
We have a blog on how video and CCTV network traffic is often overlooked when it comes to data security and we highlight Encryption Key Management as one of the core components of robust encryption.Senetas View February/March 2016
Senetas View January 2016
January’s edition of the View includes feature articles on Router Encryption Vulnerabilities and the importance of Best Practice Key Management.
We also profile the partnership between Senetas and Nextgen Group that is delivering best-of-breed secure data centre services.
On a slightly lighter note, we take a sideways look at the Future of Digital Surveillance in Australia.Senetas View January 2016