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
- E-Business Server 7.8 for z/OS and z/OS USS
- E-Business Server 9.1 for FIPS-supported and standard releases for AIX, Linux, Windows
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- 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 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 email encryption standards recommended by the NIST “Guidelines on Electronic Mail Security”: NIST 800-45 (.pdf).
Encryption is NOT Optional!
Data security is mandated by law:
- Sarbanes–Oxley Act – SOX
- Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard – PCI DSS
- Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council – FFIEC
- Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act – GLBA
- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act – HIPAA
- Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health – HITECH
- Diffie-Hellman (ElGamal)
- DSA (digital signature algorithm) FIPS 186-2
- RSA 3 and 4, up to 4,096-bit keys
- AES (advanced encryption standard) 128-, 192-, and 256-bit keys; FIPS 197
- 3DES (Triple DES) FIPS 46-3
- Twofish 256-bit
- SHA-1, SHA-2 (secure hash algorithm) FIPS 180-1, 180-2
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