See “Access Control Manager.”
Central component of SaaS key management infrastructure that hosts and manages keys, enforces policies for access controls, and brokers access to protected data via authentication and authorization. Also see “Entity Attribute Service” and “Key Access Server.”
Any protected data interaction over a 30-day period via operations like encrypt, decrypt, access, or updates to protected data. Also see “Policy.”
An authentication token and associated email address that identify an entity to the Virtru Platform. Subject to expiration every 120 days. How do I get an appId?
See “Entity Attribute Service”
A user trying to protect or access data. Not necessarily human (e.g. bots or devices). Identified by email address.
Provides identity management services and asserts attributes owned by an entity.
An authentication method that identifies a set of entities under one organization to the Virtru Platform. Not subject to expiration. Also see “appId Token.”
See “Key Access Server.”
Determines whether an entity has access to request decryption key or not.
See “Policy Owner.”
A way to control access to protected data throughout its lifecycle. Also see “Active Policy” and “Policy Owner.”
The entity that owns the policy. Commonly the same entity that created the policy by protecting sensitive data. Also see “Policy.”
Data encrypted with a Virtru SDK in ZIP format. Also see “.tdf.html File Extension” and “Trusted Data Format.”
Data encrypted with a Virtru SDK in HTML format. Also see “.tdf File Extension” and “Trusted Data Format.”
See “Trusted Data Format.”
An open format for data-centric protection that binds encrypted data to policies and metadata ensuring that only the owner and authorized entities have access. Read the TDF3 spec.
A web-based administrative console for managing, tracking, and controlling data protection policies.
A web-based Virtru product that allows users to authenticate, decrypt, and view protected data.
Updated about 1 year ago