RSA Conference (North Expo Booth 5464)—Intertrust today announced the launch of whiteCryption Secure Key Box (SKB) for Web at the RSA Conference 2020. The first and only enterprise-ready white-box cryptography solution for web applications, it ensures that web apps can be used without fear of exposing the underlying keys and credentials to cyberattack.
“A lot of people think that by using cryptography they are securing their systems, but what they often don’t realize is that they are merely shifting the problem of data protection to protecting the keys,” said Bill Horne, general manager of the Secure Systems product group at Intertrust. “Secure Key Box for Web prevents hackers from stealing keys from Web applications, resisting existing and future side-channel and fault injection attacks with ‘drop-in and go’ ease that requires no additional operations or protocols.”
The solution prevents application attacks by enabling standard cryptographic functions to be performed without the keys ever being exposed whether in use or at rest. SKB for Web also protects keys and credentials from side-channel attacks by making them safe from exploits running within the browser, as well as natively on the PC or device.
Learn more about whiteCryption Secure Key Box for Web at intertrust.com/whitecryption.
RSA Conference 2020 attendees can discuss Secure Key Box for Web with experts from Intertrust, and see demonstrations of the product, by dropping by the Intertrust booth in Moscone Center North. A live demo of SKB for Web will also take place at the RSA Conference South briefing center on Thursday, Feb. 27, at 11:30 AM.
Intertrust provides trusted computing products and services to leading global corporations–from mobile, consumer electronics and IoT manufacturers, to service providers and enterprise software platform companies. These products include the world’s leading digital rights management (DRM), software tamper resistance, and technologies to enable private data exchanges for various verticals including energy, entertainment, retail/marketing, automotive, fintech, and IoT. Founded in 1990, Intertrust is headquartered in Silicon Valley with regional offices in London, Tokyo, Mumbai, Bangalore, Beijing, Seoul, Riga, and Tallinn. The company has a legacy of invention, and its fundamental contributions in the areas of computer security and digital trust are globally recognized. Intertrust holds hundreds of patents that are key to Internet security, trust, and privacy management components of operating systems, trusted mobile code and networked operating environments, web services, and cloud computing.