At the beginning of February, HP announced their intent to acquire Voltage Security to expand data encryption security solutions for Cloud and Big Data. Today, both companies share their thoughts about the acquisition. Carole Murphy, Director Product Marketing at Voltage Security, and Albert Biketi, Vice President and General Manager at HP Atalla, tell us more about how HP extends the capabilities of every product in the Voltage portfolio, including Voltage’s leadership in securing Hadoop data with data-centric, standards-based technologies.
Voltage’s powerful data-centric protection solutions will join the HP Atalla portfolio, expanding HP’s offerings in data classification, payments security, encryption, tokenization and enterprise key management. With Voltage, HP plans to offer customers unparalleled data protection capabilities built to close the gaps that exist in traditional encryption and tokenization approaches. This is particularly important for enterprises that interact with financial payments systems, manage workloads in the cloud, or whose sensitive data flows into Hadoop for analytics.
HP Security Voltage augments the Hadoop security tools developed by Hortonworks and the open source community, with a data-centric security platform to protect sensitive data while at rest, in motion and in use, maintaining the value of the data for analytics, even in its protected form. Hortonworks and HP Security Voltage together are collaborating to provide comprehensive security for the enterprise to enable rapid and successful adoption of Hadoop.
Join the webinar on March 31st, and learn more about the collaboration between HP Security Voltage and Hortonworks, the industry’s only 100% open source Apache Hadoop based platform.