In the following we present a few projects within which the FLAM infrastructure has been or might be deployed


PCIDSS Conformity

For ordering of credit cards and other batch processes based on the cryptographic infrastructure for the Financial-PIN-Support we have created a solution that implements both storage and transfer of data in compliance with PCIDSS.

Secure Data Cloud

The network-capability of FLAM allows storing encrypted archives securely in a cloud. Since compression requires cumulating a certain amount of data anyway, latency times caused by DSL when transferring many small packets pose no longer a problem.

Search in a Archive

With FLAM you can search in compressed and encrypted data without making them legible. This is used primarily in large archives that cannot be kept online in a database and which are securely outsourced to a third-party operator.

Offline IMS/DB2 Encryption

Wer die EDITPROC zur Verschlüsselung der Tablespaces in DB2 benutzt, würde gerne mit dem gleichen Schlüssel If you use EDITPROC for encrypting of the tablespaces in DB2 you would prefer to protect offline data at unload with the same key. With FLAM subsystem and our FKME-ICSF on the host this can be easily implemented.

Transparent Log Encryption

In order to comply with security requirements, logs and other sensitive data (dumps) must be encrypted. With FLAM this can be implemented without the respective application being aware of it

Micro-Focus Support

Occasionally, host applications are migrated to distributed platforms using Micro-Focus. To facilitate such migrations and to ensure that FLAMFILEs can be used by assembler, COBOL, and PLI applications as before, we have made FLAM available for Micro-Focus.

End-2-End Security

The key management system determines who is allowed to see which data and who does not. The backend for data transfer and storage can only manage the compressed and encrypted segments.

FLAM as Enterprise-Service-Bus for persistent data

With open multi-format conversion, FLAM is able to translate from any physical representation to any other possible physical representation of the same data. Using our subsystems, plug-ins and drivers, file formats can be converted to formats expected by legacy applications.