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P6R TDE Connector for Oracle Database
P6R's TDE Connector for Oracle Database enables the storage of TDE master cryptographic keys on your KMIP server.
  • Royalty Free License
  • Available for Windows™ | Linux™ 64bit Platforms
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Oracle TDE protects data at rest in Oracle Databases without application changes, defending against attacks that bypass the database layer and access stored database files directly. TDE prevents data breaches in the event media devices are stolen.
P6R's TDE Connector for Oracle Database enables organizations to centrally manage and securely store cryptographic keys for Oracle TDE in an Oasis KMIP complaint key server. P6R's TDE Connector acts as an external security module for Oracle Database, connecting to your KMIP server where database master encryption keys will be stored.
The connector supports both tablespace and column encryption.

KMIP Compatability

  • OASIS KMIP 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.0 standards
  • Full Implementation Supports HTTPS, TTLV, XML and JSON message encodings.
  • Extensive Protocol Logging (TTLV, XML and JSON)
  • Supports all commercially available KMIP servers.

Supported Platforms

P6R TDE Connector™ is available for the following platforms:
  • Windows 10 (64bit), Windows Server 2016+ (64bit)
  • Linux x86 Kernel 2.6+ (64bit)
  • Oracle Database 11g, 18c
Oracle and Oracle Database are trademarks of Oracle Corporation.

Interoperability

P6R is committed to ensuring we work with all KMIP servers. We are continually working with server vendors to ensure interoperability.

We have tested with the following KMIP servers:
  • Cryptsoft C KMIP Server
  • Cryptsoft Java KMIP Server
  • Dell KMIP Server
  • Fornetix Key Orchestration Server
  • Hancom Secure KeyManager
  • KeyNexus Universal Key Manager
  • Kryptus kNET HSM
  • Microfocus ESKM Server (formerly HPE)
  • IBM SKLM Server
  • QuintessenceLabs qCrypt Server
  • SafeNet KeySecure Server
  • Thales KeyAuthority KMIP Server
  • Townsend Security Alliance Key Manager
  • Unbound UKC Server
  • Utimaco KeyServer
  • Vormetric Data Security Manager KMIP Server
  • StorMagic SvKMS
The P6R TDE Connector for Oracle Database follows the standards defined in these documents.
The OASIS Key management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) defines a single, comprehensive protocol for communication between encryption systems and a broad range of new and legacy enterprise applications, including email, databases, and storage devices. Go to OASIS Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) Technical Committee to learn more about the KMIP standard.
OASIS PKCS #11 is a standard for cryptographic tokens controlling authentication information (personal identity, cryptographic keys, certificates, digital signatures, biometric data). Go to OASIS PKCS #11 Technical Committee to learn more about the PKCS #11 standard.

Standards Reference Documents

KMIP 1.0 Specification, OASIS Standard, 01 Oct 2010
KMIP 1.0 Profiles Specification, OASIS Standard, 01 Oct 2010
KMIP 1.1 Specification, OASIS Standard, 24 Jan 2013
KMIP 1.1 Profiles Specification, OASIS Standard, 24 Jan 2013
KMIP 1.2 Specification, OASIS Standard, 19 May 2015
KMIP 1.2 Profiles Specification, OASIS Standard, 19 May 2015
KMIP 1.3 Specification, OASIS Standard, 27 Dec 2016
KMIP 1.3 Profiles Specification, OASIS Standard, 27 Dec 2016
KMIP 1.3 Usage Guide, Committee Note Draft 01, 03 Dec 2015
KMIP 1.4 Specification, OASIS Standard, 22 November 2017
KMIP 2.0 Specification, OASIS Standard, 31 October 2019
KMIP 2.0 Profiles Specification, OASIS Standard, 31 October 2019
KMIP 2.0 Test Cases, Committee Note01, 24 October2019
KMIP 2.1 Specification, Committee Specification Draft01, 12 December2019
KMIP 2.1 Profiles Specification, Committee Specification Draft 02 /Public Review Draft 01, 06 February 2020
KMIP 1.4 Profiles Specification, Committee Specification Draft 01, 30 March 2017
PKCS#11 Cryptographic Token Interface Base Specification Version 2.40, OASIS Standard, 14 April 2015
PKCS#11 Cryptographic Token Interface Current Mechanisms Specification Version 2.40, Committee Specification 01, 16 Sept 2014
PKCS#11 Cryptographic Token Interface Historical Mechanisms Specification Version 2.40
PKCS#11 Cryptographic Token Interface Profiles Version 2.40, OASIS Standard, 14 April 2015
PKCS#11 Cryptographic Token Interface Usage Guide Version 2.40, Committee Note 02, 16 Nov 2014
PKCS#11 Cryptographic Token Interface Base Specification Version 2.40 Errata 01, 13 May 2016

Licensing and Upgrades


"Deploy Anywhere License"™ Highlights

  • Licenced per instance.
  • Multiple license types and site-wide licenses are available.
  • Contact Sales for licensing options.