With PostgreSQL as part of MyDiamo’s supported DBMS offerings we’re hoping that through easing access to encryption solutions, prioritizing security becomes achievable for more people and organizations.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB)
September 19, 2017
Leading data encryption vendor Penta Security Systems Inc. announced on September 19 at Singapore International Cyber Week (SICW) that open source database encryption solution, MyDiamo, will now expand its offerings to include PostgreSQL. MyDiamo, the first ever open source database encryption solution, addresses the need to secure open source database management systems, but with minimal cost. The solution offers free licenses for those looking to encrypt databases for small or medium enterprises, and a commercial, minimal-cost license for enterprises seeking enhanced features. Earlier in 2017, it was announced that Penta Security would make the solution with full enhanced functions available to non-profit organizations free of charge, an initiative to encourage all organizations to empower themselves through proper security.
Since the advent of Web 2.0 and the rise in costs for security solutions, Penta Security has seen a dramatic increase in various audiences like individual clients, security administrators for enterprises, as well as non-profit organizations utilizing open source options to apply security to databases housing sensitive information. According to DB Engines, this has resulted in nearly half the market utilizing open source management systems, rather than commercial systems.
Commercial database options for enterprises typically involve vendor lock-in, which is why a compatible open source DBMS like PostgreSQL has recently soared in popularity. However, security is an often neglected area and with the rising adoption of open source databases, MyDiamo meets an urgent need to ensure data security remains at the enterprise level, no matter where data is located. With PostgreSQL’s 10th major release planned for this quarter, MyDiamo’s expanded offerings bring timely support as a security solution.
Regarding the new expansion, Chief Technology Officer of Penta Security Systems, Daniel ES Kim remarked, “Open source…