Tag Archives: SSE

Backup Encryption Options Demystified

Backup Encryption overviewEncryption is everywhere:  On your storage, on your network, over the internet, and in the cloud. Encryption is about protecting your data from those who might otherwise use it to cause harm. It protects you from those who bypass security to access data within your organization, illegal access from outside, and provides protection for compliance. Your live data is the lifeblood of your organization and your backups protect your live data by letting you restore misplaced, damaged, stolen, or incorrectly edited data with versions that keep the business running. Continue reading

How to set Server Side Encryption with Customer-provided Keys (SSE-C) using CloudBerry S3 Explorer

As always we are adding features that our customers are requesting or newly introduced by cloud storage service providers. This time we decided to add a new PowerShell command that will help to set a custom encryption key for Server Side Encryption (SSE-C) provided by Amazon S3.

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CloudBerry Drive for Amazon S3 support for Reduced Redundancy Storage and Server Side Encryption

CloudBerry Lab presents new version of CloudBerry Drive 1.2. This application provides you with an ability to mount Amazon S3 as a drive on your computer. And Amazon S3 is not the only cloud storage supported by CloudBerry Drive, you can find a list of supported cloud storages on the CloudBerry Drive product page. The new version comes with an ability to configure Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS) and Server Side Encryption (SSE).

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How to Configure Amazon S3 Server Side Encryption (SSE) with CloudBerry Backup

CloudBerry S3 Backup is a powerful Windows program that automates backup and restore processes to Amazon S3 cloud storage.
Amazon has recently added a feature that helps encrypt the object on the server side.  Amazon S3 Server Side Encryption (SSE) provides you the ability to encrypt data stored at rest in Amazon S3. With Amazon S3 SSE, you can encrypt data on upload simply by adding an additional request header when writing the object to Amazon S3. Decryption happens automatically when data is retrieved.
A newer version of CloudBerry S3 Backup comes with a full support for Amazon S3 Server Side Encryption. Continue reading