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Arguably the single most important part of your business, get security wrong and everything else suffers. Hazelcast's in-memory technologies bring a whole new level of capability to security enablement, as proven by some of the world's most demanding customer environments.

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Security and In-Memory Technology

Security and In-Memory Technology

The ability to quickly and cost effectively deliver secure and trusted systems is vital for any business.  Business-to-consumer and business-to-business systems demand reliable and secure communications, including features that control access for customers, partners, operators and administrators. Similarly for communications, systems should have the flexibility to deliver new functionality quickly without sacrificing security. At the same time, these systems should be able to handle security checks for millions of transactions a second without impacting SLAs.

Speed Drives Security
Speed Drives Security

Hazelcast's in-memory technology enables a whole new level of capability when it comes to fraud detection, delivered millions of times per second.

Scalability Drives Security
Scalability Drives Security

Global companies require security where their customers and businesses operate. Hazelcast In-Memory solutions scale quickly and effortlessly to enable secure edge processing where it's needed.

Stability Drives Security
Stability Drives Security

Hazelcast's distributed caching system ensures no system downtime. Your guard will always be up when it comes to fraud detection or access control. 

Security: The Core Business Enabler
Security: The Core Business Enabler

Of all the things Hazelcast's in-memory technology can enable, security is arguably the most important. Do you want to be a leader in secured transactions and control, or just another cautionary tale?

Hazelcast In-Memory Computing Platform Enables True Security

Security in a Multi-Channel World

Security in a Multi-Channel World

Security concerns are multiplied by today’s multi-channel relationships with customers. Access and security systems must be coherent across mobile, tablet, desktop and customer service systems. Failure to modernize access control can lead to costly integration of systems. Even worse, it can expose a company to a security breach that can cause lasting damage to its brand, and result in serious repercussions with data protection agencies.

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-Factor Authentication

Many system contact points now rely on multi-factor authentication using trusted devices, such as a code sent to a customer's mobile phone to authorize a transaction. The system features required to perform such a user interaction involve fault-tolerant messaging and reliable data expiration. This can require expensive wiring between many systems. The days of simple usernames and passwords are gone. Today’s businesses run on multiple computer systems, and the ability for an IT department to deliver coherent security across all of these systems is vital.

Security Tokens

Security Tokens

Hazelcast IMDG provides the fundamental infrastructure required to bind various security concerns into one place. Security tokens and authentication information must be made available at microsecond latency and be easily integrated into existing security systems and flows. Security data must be highly available and secure from tampering. Hazelcast IMDG delivers microsecond speed for querying of security information. It's also easily scalable and highly available. Hazelcast Enterprise is a hardened version of our platform that comes with our Security Suite, which provides industry-leading security. It offers end-to-end TLS encryption, mutual authentication with X509 certificates, and many other security features, making it the ideal infrastructure for access control.

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