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13th
out of 13 in Mainframe Security
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10th
out of 13 in Mainframe Security
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Also Known As
CA TPX Session Manager for z/OS, CA TPX
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Overview

CA Tape Encryption is designed to be an innovative, flexible, easily implemented and comprehensive z/OS® tape encryption solution.
It helps ensure that your data is protected from breaches—even if your tapes fall into the wrong hands.

CA Tape Encryption helps you safeguard your sensitive data and automate full lifecycle key management. And it can be implemented without the need to purchase expensive and complex hardware.

With this mainframe solution, you can take steps to shield your company from fines, costly corrective processes and the negative publicity that can occur when personal and business-critical data are compromised. CA Tape Encryption helps you implement your security strategy while containing costs by:

Encrypting any application data as it is written to z/OS tape
Automating the cryptography process

CA TPX™ Session Manager for z/OS (CA TPX) solves the problem of repeatedly logging in and out of your various applications connected to a VTAM network by enabling you to securely access and navigate between all the applications from a single menu.

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Sample Customers
Rogers Communication, Sky, Gaumont, Vodafone Turkey
Greenchoice, Manheim, Travelport, Rogers Communication, Acciona

CA Tape Encryption is ranked 13th in Mainframe Security while CA TPX Session Manager is ranked 10th in Mainframe Security. CA Tape Encryption is rated 0.0, while CA TPX Session Manager is rated 0.0. On the other hand, CA Tape Encryption is most compared with , whereas CA TPX Session Manager is most compared with IBM Resource Access Control Facility.

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