Thales e-Security

Thales e-Security

Thales e-Security is a leading global provider of data encryption and cyber security solutions with more than 40 years experience securing the world’s most sensitive information.

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Address: Jupiter House, Station Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB1 2JD
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.thales-esecurity.com
Membership type:Founder Member (£5,000+VAT pa)

Thales e-Security is a leading global provider of data encryption and cybersecurity solutions to the financial services, high technology, manufacturing, government and technology sectors.  

Our customers—businesses, governments, and technology vendors with a broad range of challenges—use Thales products and services to improve the security of applications that rely on encryption and digital signatures. By protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive information that flows through today’s traditional, virtualized, and cloud-based infrastructures, Thales is helping organizations reduce risk, demonstrate compliance, enhance agility, and pursue strategic goals with greater confidence. 

With a 40-year track record of protecting corporate and government information, Thales solutions are used by four of the five largest energy and aerospace companies, 22 NATO countries, and secure more than 80 percent of worldwide payment transactions.  Thales e-Security has offices in Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, United States and the United Kingdom

 



Thales delivers on-premises and SaaS Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) offering for Salesforce

New on-premises key management for Salesforce meets enterprise needs for direct control of encryption keys

12 January 2017Read in full

Thales releases new capabilities for data security platform

Thales' Vormetric Data Security Platform expansion includes patented, non-disruptive encryption deployment and advanced Docker encryption.

9 December 2016Read in full

Thales survey reveals 84% of Brits reconsider brands affected by data breaches

Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity and data protection, today announced the results of its survey into attitudes towards organisations that have experienced data breaches. The survey showed that 84 percent of respondents would reduce or eliminate the use of an organisation’s products or services following breaches, and only 16 percent of respondents would continue to use an organisation’s products or services as usual.

27 October 2016Read in full

Cloud and IoT adoption requires organisations to future-proof PKI implementations

Thales, leader in critical information systems, cyber security and data protection, announces the results of its 2016 PKI Global Trends Study, which reveals an increased reliance on public key infrastructures (PKIs) in today’s enterprise environment, driven by the growing use of cloud-based services and applications and the Internet of Things (IoT).

12 October 2016Read in full

Thales honoured at 2016 Golden Bridge Awards

Thales cloud key management honoured at 2016 Golden Bridge Awards

Thales, leader in critical information systems, cyber security and data protection, is the Gold Winner of the Golden Bridge Award for Cloud Authentication Innovations for its bring your own key (BYOK) technology.

15 September 2016Read in full

Thales announces support for AWS Key Management Service

Thales, leader in critical information systems, cyber security and data protection, announces support for AWS Key Management Service (KMS) with enhanced security and control through bring your own key (BYOK) with hardware key protection.

15 August 2016Read in full

Williams takes the lead in F1 with Thales

Williams takes the lead in Formula One with Thales cyber security solutions

Thales, leader in critical information systems, cyber security and data protection, and Williams (ETR: WGF1), the leading Formula One team and advanced engineering company, have entered into a new technical partnership.

20 July 2016Read in full

Thales survey reveals record rise in use of encryption

Companies with a mature encryption strategy are more likely to use hardware security modules and consistently report lower levels of key management pain, says Thales e-Security.

30 June 2016Read in full

Thales helps Swiftch secure self-certified mobile payment solution in the Middle East

Thales, leader in critical information systems and cybersecurity, announces that its payShield 9000 hardware security modules (HSMs) are being used by Swiftch, an innovative payment technology company, to help secure the first Visa Ready and MasterCard self-certified mobile card payment acceptance solution for merchants and acquirers throughout the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

2 June 2016Read in full

Three reasons why your business should take the GDPR seriously

This week, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes law and the two-year countdown has begun for organisations to fully comply with the new laws designed to harmonise data protection across the continent.

27 May 2016Read in full

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