Nubeva Enters Into Sales Agreement With Healthcare IT Service Provider To Deliver Cloud Traffic Decryption Capabilities
Deployment of Nubeva TLS Decrypt Allows End User to Decrypt Packet Traffic in Azure Cloud Environment
Nubeva Technologies Ltd., a cloud visibility SaaS software developer for enterprises with assets in public and private clouds and data centers, announced a new sales agreement with a US-based, mid-sized healthcare IT service provider. The agreement converts the client’s use of the Nubeva TLS Decrypt solution from trial to a fully deployed operation. Using Nubeva TLS Decrypt, the customer will extend its security monitoring capabilities and expand how it monitors its network applications.
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“It’s imperative for U.S. firms handling patient health care information to safeguard data under HIPAA privacy rules,” said Steve Perkins, chief marketing officer at Nubeva. “This particular client is a cloud-native company and it’s critical to their security team to view fully decrypted packets in their Azure environment. We’re pleased they selected Nubeva TLS Decrypt as their tool of choice to decrypt their cloud traffic for forensic monitoring purposes. While they currently decrypt a small number of packets, they intend to expand decryption to provide increased visibility and security across their cloud subscription. As one of Nubeva’s very first decryption customers, converting this business serves validates that our solution not only works, but helps organizations monitor and secure their clouds.”
Nubeva TLS Decrypt, an award-winning SSL / TLS decryption solution and packet capture utility, provides security and DevOps teams with the foundation needed to monitor and inspect packet traffic around critical applications in public and private clouds. Using symmetric key discovery, organizations can re-enable out-of-band decryption. A Nubeva sensor discovers session keys from memory and a containerized Nubeva decryptor pairs the final session keys with mirrored traffic then forwards the clear text, Port 80 traffic to analytics and forensics security tools for action.
“Our sales cycle involves the traditional trial – pilot/test – security protocol review – buy cycle,” added Perkins. “We anticipate that our trial users will continue to convert as paying customers in 2020, and we’re here to support their security monitoring needs.”