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Encryption of the logs?

Discussion created by RSA Admin Employee on Jul 8, 2008
Latest reply on Oct 5, 2009 by RSA Admin



Does anyone happen to know what encryption algorithm RSA enVision uses when it stores the logs to the LogSmart IPDB? I have read an old document "Encryption and Data Protection" where the author has said something like this: "Each minute, Nuggets are rolled up into a superset of objects called “packages” that are in turn closed and saved in a cipher protected object-store.  This is first and default form of data encryption." Then the document describes how the hashing is done and so on, but there isn't any information about the encryption algorithm which is being used.


A mean PCI-auditor may ask how the logs are encrypted :smileywink: