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Leverage analytics to improve security and reduce user friction
As modern application development and deployment evolves to meet demands for flexibility and scalability, application development teams have come to rely increasingly on containers and Kubernetes.
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The nShield Hardware Security Module (HSM) can be used to generate and store a Root of Trust (RoT) that protects security objects used by Oracle Key Vault to safeguard users' keys and credentials.
The Entrust Signature Activation Module (SAM) is a security element that can be implemented into signing services that follow the remote signing standards defined by CEN and ETSI as part of the eIDAS regulation.
The Entrust Signature Activation Module (SAM) is used to deploy a server-side endpoint that will be used by the server signing applications to get data signed (a document hash). The SAM receives the signer authentication data, the signer’s signing key, and the data to be signed through a Signature Activation Protocol (SAP). It interacts with the Entrust nShield® Connect XC CC eIDAS (called cryptographic module or CM) to return the encrypted data with the signing key.
As securing data is critically important for financial services firms, they too often choose security over the customer or member experience and the ability to deliver services and products in a streamlined and on-demand fashion.
Banks and credit unions want to deliver an improved cardholder experience by providing new and differentiated services that create preference for their products and services.
It is common knowledge that instant financial issuance (IFI) is an important benefit for cardholders of financial institutions.