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Secura Partners with HyTrust to Offer Robust Virtual Machine Level Data Encryption as a Service

March 22
20:25 2018

WELWYN GARDEN CITY, UK – Secura are delighted to announce a partnership with workload security specialist, HyTrust, to offer HyTrust DataControl virtual machine level encryption to customers as a service on flexible, monthly terms.

Fully managed by Secura, HyTrust DataControl can be delivered as either a stand-alone solution or as part of Secura’s comprehensive Web Protect online security suite.


Many data encryption technologies will only encrypt on a platform level, or premium license editions of software would need to be purchased to access encryption, making them expensive options to implement, with lengthy minimum contract terms.

DataControl allows encryption at rest to be applied on a per virtual machine basis, so only those specific parts of a platform that hold sensitive or regulated data need to be encrypted, making it incredibly cost-effective for businesses to implement and protect their data.

DataControl also works with very little of the performance impact that is traditionally associated with data encryption. It offloads AES encryption operations to the AES-NI extensions integrated into the Intel Xeon CPUs in Secura’s hypervisor hosts, minimising the overhead of encryption operations on platform performance.

About Secura
Secura supports business critical applications and services with secure, scalable, high performance cloud hosting. Following a management buy-in in 2014, Secura has grown rapidly. Our Virtual Private Cloud platform is designed to offer the commercial flexibility that modern businesses need to support their applications, services and customers. This technology is underpinned by a total commitment to the very highest levels of service and support from our ISO 20000 accredited service desk team.

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