SDS E-Business Server™ | EBS | Specifications & Environment


E-Business Server provides encryption and authentication on Linux, Unix, Windows, and z/OS platforms.


E-Business Server provides

•  Encryption and decryption

•  Generation of key pairs and split keys

•  Creation and authentication of digital signatures

•  OpenPGP encryption, 128-bit minimum

•  Data compression

•  Encryption for files larger than 4 Gb.

•  Browser-based control panel to manage multiple servers

 

Current Versions

•  E-Business Server 7.7 for z/OS and z/OS USS

•  E-Business Server 8.8 for AIX, Unix, Linux, Solaris, Windows

 

Platforms/Operating Systems

For complete details, see kb.sdsusa.com

•  IBM z/OS and z/OS-USS, 1.6 and later

•  Microsoft® Windows® and Windows Server

•  Solaris 9 and later

•  IBM AIX® 5.1 and later

•  HP-UX® 11+

•  Linux Red Hat®

•  Linux SUSE®

 

Scripting & APIs

•  z/OS JCL, ISPF, REXX, SYSREXX

•  Shell scripting on USS, Linux, Unix, Windows

•  C and Java code

 

OpenPGP Encryption

•  OpenPGP solutions are built on the widely trusted OpenPGP standard (RFC 4880, RFC 2440, and RFC 1991; also RFC 3156 and RFC 2015).

•  OpenPGP encryption has undergone more than a decade of intense review by the world's best cryptographers.

•  OpenPGP is one of two e-mail encryption standards recommended by the NIST "Guidelines on Electronic Mail Security": NIST 800-45 (*.pdf, 1.35MB).

 

Encryption is NOT Optional !

Data security is mandated by law:  

•  SOX
•  PCI DSS
•  FFIEC
•  GLBA
•  HIPAA
•  HITECH

 

Public-Key Formats

•  OpenPGP RFC 2440

•  X.509 v3

 

Public-Key Algorithms

•  Diffie-Hellman (ElGamal)

•  DSA (digital signature algorithm) FIPS 186-2

•  RSA 3 and 4, up to 4,096-bit keys

 

Symmetric-Key Algorithms

•  AES (advanced encryption standard) 128-, 192-, and 256-bit keys; FIPS 197

•  CAST5

•  IDEA

•  3DES (Triple DES) FIPS 46-3

•  Twofish 256-bit

•  Blowfish

 

Hash Algorithms

•  SHA-1, SHA-2 (secure hash algorithm) FIPS 180-1, 180-2

•  MD5

•  RIPEMD-160