Adwebtech > Hardware Security Module (HSM) for Digital keys
What is a Hardware Security Module (HSM)?
Hardware Security Module (HSM) a piece of hardware device that usually attached to the inside of the PC or the server which provides cryptographic functions but not limited to key generation, encryption, hashing, and decryption. HSM possesses controls that provide physical tamper resistance and have its own user interface and programmable interface.
Why do we need a Hardware Security Module (HSM)?
HSM’s in common is used to protect transactions, identities and applications, it secures the cryptographic keys and avails services such as encryption, decryption, authentication and digital signing of documents.
What is the function of the Hardware Security Module (HSM)?
HSM secures the internet based sensitive information between enterprise and products used by enterprise clients e.g. it manages a secure connection between the manufacturer’s servers by verifying system integrity that leaves no doubt that the “thing” sending the data is infact the thing it says it is. Vice versa, they also verify that the device receiving the data is a device permitted to receive such information. The sole intention of HSM is that “the personal or sensitive data cannot be manipulated or deactivated via unauthorized third parties”.
Whom do we serve
Contact us to learn how you can integrate SafeNet Luna Network HSMs into a wide range of applications to accelerate cryptographic operations, secure the crypto key lifecycle, and provide a root of trust for your entire encryption infrastructure.