[cryptography] Fwd: General Availability of StrongKey CryptoCabinet
arshad.noor at strongauth.com
Mon Mar 19 19:22:55 EDT 2012
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Subject: General Availability of StrongKey CryptoCabinet
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2012 16:21:17 -0700
From: Arshad Noor <arshad.noor at strongauth.com>
Organization: StrongAuth, Inc.
To: dev-crypto at bouncycastle.org <dev-crypto at bouncycastle.org>
I believe the users of the BC forum may find it useful to know that a
new open-source product (that builds on top of BC) was released today.
StrongKey CrytpoCabinet is built using the Regulatory Compliant Cloud
Computing (RC3) architecture and can be used to encrypt files and store
them in public or private clouds (or SAN/NAS devices) while storing
cryptographic keys securely outside the cloud.
CryptoCabinet uses another free and open-source product, the StrongKey
CryptoEngine (http://www.cryptoengine.org), for its underlying
cryptographic functions and cloud communications.
Details on CryptoCabinet can be found at http://www.cryptocabinet.org.
Thanks to the great work of the BC team for doing what they do; it
makes it possible for us to bring, hopefully helpful, solutions to
P.S. Since I did not elaborate what the RC3 architecture is, you can
read it at any one of the following sites:
* IBM's developerWorks.com. http://ibm.co/rc3dw
* Information Systems Security Association: http://bit.ly/rc3issa
* InfoQ: http://bit.ly/rc3infoq
* Our site: http://www.strongauth.com/pdf/RC3-WebAppArch-1.2-2.pdf
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