SSL/TLS Configuration in NCache Made Simple

Data integrity is the basic building block of providing security and protecting sensitive data from data theft or breach. To prevent tampering of data, the client-server applications use TLS (Transport Level Security) protocol to communicate across the network. TLS supports methods responsible for exchanging keys, encrypting data, and authenticating message integrity, hence, establishing a secure…

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Exploring Cache Environment Security in NCache

Securing cached data in a multi-data center environment is paramount. There’s no denying that. But is securing data enough to ensure you have secured your cache environment? I’d beg to differ; it’s not nearly enough. Along with data security, you need to make sure your cache and server nodes are safe from unauthorized access as well.…

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Diving Deeper into Encryption in NCache

If you are using an in-memory distributed cache and your application contains private and sensitive data that you want to secure, you need to ensure that your distributed cache prevents this sensitive data from unauthorized access through encryption. NCache provides a rich set of industry-standard encryption algorithms that are nearly impossible to break. This ensures…

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Advanced Security In NCache – An Insight

Distributed caches are designed to be deployed in massive data centers, where every user has direct access to the data stored in the cache or traveling over the network. This simple functionality is problematic where your application has to cache sensitive data and it simply cannot afford to allow administrative and API access rights on…

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