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Tim Hudson (Cryptsoft CTO and OpenSSL team member) will be addressing attendees in Berlin on the topic of OpenSSL after Heartbleed along with Rich Salz (also an OpenSSL team member).

Further details are available at
LinuxCon Europe 2016 Schedule
Cryptsoft, the OEM provider of choice for KMIP (Key Management Interoperability Protocol) technology, has this week announced full support of the latest release from the OpenSSL team - OpenSSL v1.1.0. Following the OpenSSL team's announcement on August 25th, Cryptsoft has deployed support for the new version across the entire range of Cryptsoft products that utilise the open source cryptographic provider.

"OpenSSL is a critical component of the world's security infrastructure. The release of OpenSSL v1.1.0 is a major milestone, representing many man-years of work by the OpenSSL team and we are pleased to have significantly contributed to this release through funding from our Core Infrastructure Initiative. We are delighted to see Cryptsoft releasing full support for the latest version of this vital Open Source library so quickly." said Dr. Nicko van Someren, CTO of the Linux Foundation.

For more information go to the Press Release.
This year Cryptsoft will again be sponsoring the SNIA Data Storage Security Summit (DSSS) in Santa Clara on September 22, 2016.

Tim Hudson (Cryptsoft CTO) will be addressing attendees on the topic of Key Management in the Storage Ecosystem, as well as facilitating a round-table session on Storage Security Conundrums with Eric Hibbard of HDS.

Also at the summit, Tony Cox (Director Strategy & Alliances, SNIA SSIF Chair) will be moderating two Q&A style panel sessions focussed on Enterprise Key Management in Storage. The first panel will consist of panellists from a range of storage solution vendors with the second session drawing panellists from the growing number of key management server vendors.

Further details are available at
www.snia.org/dss-summit
Tim Hudson will be presenting on Multi-vendor Key Management - Does It Actually Work? at the annual Storage Developer Conference at Santa Clara, California, USA on Wednesday 21st September 2016.

For more information go to the Speaker Details or the Conference Agenda
14 Jun 2016 ISO9001:2015 annual audit
Cryptsoft Quality Management System has passed audit assessment under ISO 9001:2015. A copy of the updated certificate for 2016 is available.
Tim Hudson will be presenting on Multi-Vendor Key Management with KMIP at the annual Data Storage Innovation Conference at San Mateo, California, USA on Tuesday 14th June 2016.

For more information go to the Speaker Details or the Conference Agenda
HyTrust, a leading provider of workload security solutions for the cloud and virtualisation markets, has adopted the prevailing OEM Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) solution from Cryptsoft.

Utilising Cryptsoft's open standards-based KMIP technology for their cloud, virtual machine encryption and Boundary Controls solutions enables HyTrust to further reduce complexity and costs, ease compliance and improve security and flexibility.

"As the world embraces the use of cryptography across diverse devices, data center workloads and the Internet of Things (IoT), the Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) provides a standardized way for devices to communicate with key management services. The HyTrust DataControl solution for data encryption now provides full KMIP server capabilities using technology from Cryptsoft, a world-wide leader in the enterprise key management security market," said Bill Hackenberger, VP of Data Security at HyTrust

For more information go to the Press Release.
Cryptsoft today announced it has signed an enterprise licensing agreement with NetApp for Cryptsoft's Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) C Client SDK.

Leveraging Cryptsoft's market leading KMIP client technology enables end user customers to select the enterprise key management server vendor that best supports their current and future security management strategies. As an Enterprise Licensee, NetApp has the option to deploy KMIP technology across its product lines.

"Data security is a key element of our Data Fabric vision, which gives customers the confidence that no matter where their data lives, they can control, integrate, move, secure and consistently manage it. Cryptsoft KMIP technology integrated with NetApp AltaVault solutions enables enterprises to confidently secure cloud-based backup and recovery data and services using industry leading KMIP-based key management." said Tim Russell, vice president, Product Security, NetApp.

For more information go to the Press Release.
Tim Hudson will be presenting on OpenSSL after HeartBleed at the annual AusCERT Information Security Conference at the Gold Coast, Australia on Friday 27th May 2016.

For more information go to the Speaker Details or the Conference Program
In a move to bolster the security capability of its Enterprise NoSQL database, MarkLogic Corporation has integrated Cryptsoft's industry-leading encryption and key management technology into its upcoming MarkLogic® 9 database. As a result, customers can secure data, and seamlessly manage data encryption keys in an interoperable way without needing to deploy costly and complex proprietary key management solutions.

"Cryptsoft is a true champion of KMIP - having embraced KMIP as an early proponent of the standard, they have established themselves as the major supplier of KMIP technology to the industry while also helping to drive the unrelenting evolution of the standard. Cryptsoft's implementations deliver on the promises of multi-vendor interoperability without additional complexity or exorbitant cost" said David Ponzini, senior vice president, corporate development and marketing, MarkLogic Corporation.

For more information go to the Cryptsoft Press Release, the MarkLogic Press Release, and the Computer World Announcement.
10 May 2016 ICMC 2016 Conference
Tim Hudson will be presenting on An Overview of OpenSSL and Multi-Vendor Key Management with KMIP at the fourth anual International Cryptographic Module Conference in Ottawa, Canada, Wednesday 18th May 2016.

For more information go to the Speaker Details or the Conference Agenda
Cryptsoft announce an extension of their existing relationship with BDT Storage GmbH to enable wider deployment of their industry leading Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) technology throughout BDT Storage's Flexstor and Multistak product ranges.

"BDT and Cryptsoft have a long history of working together to meet the security demands of the storage market," said Bernd Krause, CEO of BDT Storage GmbH. "Accelerating demand for KMIP has driven our decision to include this critical technology throughout our current and projected product ranges. By embedding Cryptsoft's KMIP SDKs, we have ensured that BDT storage products can seamlessly integrate into the most secure enterprise environments."

For more information go to the Press Release
Cryptsoft today announced the release of it's Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) and Cryptographic interface (PKCS#11) Client Software Development Kit (SDK) for C++ developers at the RSA Conference 2016.

For more information go to the Press Release
Cryptsoft today announced it will release new advanced Audit, Analytics and Compliance modules for it's industry leading Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) and Cryptographic interface (PKCS#11) Server Software Development Kits (SDKs) at the RSA Conference 2016.

For more information go to the Press Release
The encryption and security community is asking for more from their foundational standards. Developers of the OASIS Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) and the Public-Key Cryptography Standard (PKCS#11) show how they're rising to that challenge at RSA 2016. In a multi-vendor showcase, 12 vendors demonstrate their support for new features in two of the industry's most widely-adopted security standards.

"The OASIS 2016 Interop is a small window into the reality of proven interoperability between enterprise key managers, HSMs, cryptographic devices, storage, security and cloud products," said Tony Cox, OASIS KMIP Technical Committee Co-Chair and Interoperability Event Lead. "Demonstrating interoperability between these products live at the RSA conference each year reinforces the reality of choice for CIOs, CSOs and CTOs, enabling products from multiple vendors to be deployed as a single enterprise security solution that addresses both current and future requirements."

For more information go to the Press Release
Whitewood, developers of crypto-security solutions and Cryptsoft, the major OEM provider of Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) technology to the enterprise key management security market, today announced a technology integration between the Cryptsoft KMIP C Server SDK and the Whitewood Entropy Engine(TM) Quantum-powered Random Number Generator (QRNG).

"Using a quantum-based source of high quality entropy, we can ensure that we can generate the quality keys required to strengthen the overall crypto system. Partnering with Whitewood to integrate their Entropy Engine, we can create over 70 billion AES-256 bit keys per day within the Cryptsoft KMIP Server SDK, making them accessible using a standard KMIP interface," said Tony Cox, Director, Strategy & Alliances, Cryptsoft. "We are excited to be partnering with Whitewood Encryption Systems to bring this technology to the Enterprise Key Management market, and deliver a significant performance and security advantage to our customers."

For more information go to the Cryptsoft Press Release and the Whitewood Press Release
Cryptsoft announced the availability of Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) technology in Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) as a result of a new commercial relationship with Utimaco IS GmbH, a leading manufacturer of HSMs.

For more information go to the Press Release
Cryptsoft announced it will again be exhibiting industry leading Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) and Cryptographic interface (PKCS#11) software development kits at this year's SA Conference commencing February 29th at San Francisco's Moscone Center.

For more information go to the Press Release