Centralized Key Management using the IBM Enterprise Key Management Foundation

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Authors: Frehr Carsten Dahl

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    Abstract

    Looking at the pervasiveness of encryption today, you can understand the challenge an organization faces with managing the cryptography infrastructure and the encryption keys and certificates for their IT infrastructures. Financial institutions use encryption to secure payments as they face compliance requirements from the Payment Card Industry (PCI): the PCI-PIN and PCI-DSS requirements. Other organizations have to deal with the protection of personal data, for example, the public sector, insurance companies, and healthcare providers. They must comply with complex regulations, such as the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC.

    This IBM® Redbooks® Solution Guide describes the IBM Enterprise Key Management Foundation. By using it, organizations can centralize the key management effort and, in this way, simplify their key management processes. Simplified and unified processes are an important step toward compliance. Figure 1 shows the IBM Enterprise Key Management Foundation overview.

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