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Securing your Data in Drupal

As data breaches are on the rise, protecting sensitive data is more important than ever - for you and your customers.  Recently, our partner Townsend Security's Luke Probasco shared some best practices with our team for securing data in Drupal, meeting compliance regulations requiring encryption, and the importance of encryption key management.  Additionally, there is a short demonstration of Key Connection for Drupal, which allows organizations to protect their sensitive data with NIST-validated AES encryption and FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption key management.

Additional Resources

Drupal Security Review | Mediacurrent Blog Post

Preparing for a Drupal Website Redesign | eBook

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