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AWS has identified critical system components required to maintain the availability of our system and recover service in the event of outage. Critical system components are backed up across multiple, isolated locations known as Availability Zones. Each Availability Zone is engineered to operate independently with high reliability. Availability Zones are connected to enable you to easily architect applications that automatically fail-over between Availability Zones without interruption. Highly resilient systems, and therefore service availability, is a function of the system design. Through the use of Availability Zones and data replication, AWS customers can achieve extremely short recovery time and recovery point objectives, as well as the highest levels of service availability.
Physical access is controlled at building ingress points by professional security staff utilizing surveillance, detection systems, and other electronic means. Authorized staff utilize multi-factor authentication mechanisms to access data centers. Entrances to server rooms are secured with devices that sound alarms to initiate an incident response if the door is forced or held open.
Electronic intrusion detection systems are installed within the data layer to monitor, detect, and automatically alert appropriate personnel of security incidents. Ingress and egress points to server rooms are secured with devices that require each individual to provide multi-factor authentication before granting entry or exit. These devices will sound alarms if the door is forced open without authentication or held open. Door alarming devices are also configured to detect instances where an individual exits or enters a data layer without providing multi-factor authentication. Alarms are immediately dispatched to 24/7 AWS Security Operations Centers for immediate logging, analysis, and response.
The following requirements apply when an authenticator is bound to an identity as a result of a successful identity proofing transaction, as described in SP 800-63A. Since Executive Order 13681 [EO 13681] requires the use of multi-factor authentication for the release of any personal data, it is important that authenticators be bound to subscriber accounts at enrollment, enabling access to personal data, including that established by identity proofing.
The Vormetric Data Security Manager (DSM) is the central management point for all Vormetric Data Security Platform products. The DSM not only creates, stores and manages the encryption keys that protect data, it also enables organizations to manage every aspect of their Vormetric data security platform implementation. The Data Security Manager allows administrators to specify data access policies, administer DSM users and logical domains, generate usage reports, register new hosts, access security logs, manage third-party keys, digital certificates and more. Moreover, as enterprises and service providers need data security management in concert with their other infrastructure, the DSM also provides integration capabilities with multiple APIs and a command line interface as well as a simple graphical user interface (GUI) operation.
Vormetric Transparent Encryption enterprise encryption software delivers data-at-rest encryption with centralized key management, privileged user access control and detailed data access audit logging. This protects data wherever it resides, on-premises, across multiple clouds and within big data, and container environments.
Keeper utilizes Amazon AWS in multiple geographic locations to host and operate the Keeper Vault and architecture providing customers with the fastest and safest cloud storage. Data at rest and in transit is fully isolated in a customer's preferred global data center.
KSI is a Zero-Knowledge security provider. The Keeper user is the only person that has full control over the encryption and decryption of their data. With Keeper, encryption and decryption occurs only on the user's device upon logging into the vault. Each individual record stored in the user's vault is encrypted with a random 256-bit AES key that is generated on the user's device. The record keys are protected by an additional key, called the Data Key. The Data Key is encrypted by a key derived on the device from the user's Master Password. Data stored at rest on the user's device is also encrypted by another 256-bit AES key, called the Client Key. Secure record syncing between the user's devices is also encrypted at the network layer and routed through Keeper's Cloud Security Vault. This multi-tiered encryption model provides the most advanced data protection available in the industry.The encryption key that is needed to decrypt the data always resides with the Keeper user. KSI cannot decrypt the user's stored data. KSI does not have access to a customer's master password nor does KSI have access to the records stored within the Keeper vault. KSI cannot remotely access a customer's device nor can it decrypt the customer's vault. The only information that Keeper Security has access to is a user's email address, device type and subscription plan details (e.g. Keeper Unlimited). If a user's device is lost or stolen, KSI can assist in accessing encrypted backup files to restore the user's vault once the device is replaced.Information that is stored and accessed in Keeper is only accessible by the customer because it is instantly encrypted and decrypted locally on the user's device - this includes all native applications, browser-based apps and mobile apps. The method of encryption that Keeper uses is a well-known, trusted algorithm called AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) with a 256-bit key length. Per the Committee on National Security Systems publication CNSSP-15, AES with 256-bit key-length is sufficiently secure to encrypt classified data up to TOP SECRET classification for the U.S. Government. Keeper is FIPS 140-2 certified and validated by NIST CMVP (Certificate #3976 - -module-validation-program/certificate/3976)
The cipher keys used to encrypt and decrypt customer records are not stored or transmitted to Keeper's Cloud Security Vault. However, to provide syncing abilities between multiple devices, an encrypted version of this cipher key is stored in the Cloud Security Vault and provided to the devices on a user's account upon successful vault login and multi-factor authentication. This encrypted cipher key can only be decrypted on the device for subsequent use as a data cipher key.
The Cloud Security Vault refers to KSI's proprietary software and network architecture that is physically hosted within Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure in multiple data centers throughout the world.After the user authenticates on their device, the encrypted ciphertext from the Keeper Cloud Security Vault is synchronized down to the device, then decrypted at the device level using the key derived from the user's Master Password (or the SSO-generated key). When changes are made to any record on the user's account (or to any record shared with other privileged users), a push notification is sent from the Keeper Cloud Security Vault to the user's device, instructing the device to perform an incremental sync. If the user is logged in, the local device will then perform an incremental sync and decrypt the record changes locally on the device. Record version history is maintained for every change made to a record.
Keeper implements a multi-layered encryption system based on client-side generated keys. Record-level keys and Folder-level keys are generated on the local device which encrypt each stored Vault record (e.g. Password). For example, if you have 10,000 records in your vault, you also have 10,000 AES Record Keys protecting the data.
KSI utilizes Amazon AWS in North America, Europe and Australia, for localized data privacy and geographic segregation to host and operate the Keeper solution and architecture. Utilizing Amazon AWS allows Keeper to seamlessly scale resources on-demand and provide customers with the fastest and safest cloud storage environment. KSI operates both multi-zone and multi-region environments to maximize uptime and provide the fastest response time to customers.
You can create a multi-valued index in a CREATE TABLE, ALTER TABLE, or CREATE INDEX statement. This requires using CAST(... AS ... ARRAY) in the index definition, which casts same-typed scalar values in a JSON array to an SQL data type array. A virtual column is then generated transparently with the values in the SQL data type array; finally, a functional index (also referred to as a virtual index) is created on the virtual column. It is the functional index defined on the virtual column of values from the SQL data type array that forms the multi-valued index.
The examples in the following list show the three different ways in which a multi-valued index zips can be created on an array $.zipcode on a JSON column custinfo in a table named customers. In each case, the JSON array is cast to an SQL data type array of UNSIGNED integer values.
The maximum number of values per record for a multi-valued index is determined by the amount of data than can be stored on a single undo log page, which is 65221 bytes (64K minus 315 bytes for overhead), which means that the maximum total length of key values is also 65221 bytes. The maximum number of keys depends on various factors, which prevents defining a specific limit. Tests have shown a multi-valued index to permit as many as 1604 integer keys per record, for example. When the limit is reached, an error similar to the following is reported: ERROR 3905 (HY000): Exceeded max number of values per record for multi-valued index 'idx' by 1 value(s).
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