StratoKey is a CASB that provides deep data protection for NetSuite®. With StratoKey,
organizations have granular control over their data security through FIPS compliant Encryption (and tokenization) that protects confidential information stored
within NetSuite. This data protection helps organizations meet stringent compliance requirements such as HIPAA,
GLBA, FedRAMP, FERPA, GDPR etc.
Encrypting data in NetSuite
NetSuite encryption and tokenization provided by StratoKey, has never been easier.
StratoKey integrates directly into NetSuite providing a seamless user experience whilst delivering clearly defined data protection.
Providing selective encryption (and tokenization) of fields and attachments, whilst maintaining relevant format and server-side compatibility
right through to support for SuiteScript and SOAP & REST integrations. StratoKey can be deployed with zero endpoint configuration. With this deployment, external users gain the
benefits of StratoKey encryption without needing to alter settings on their end computers. StratoKey offers a complete security solution for NetSuite that provides organizations with
clear separation of encryption keys from data storage within NetSuite.
Encryption of NetSuite content
Manage Users from NetSuite
NetSuite Single Sign On
High performance, low latency
Security Rule and Policy Enforcement
SOAP and REST support
CASB supporting NetSuite
StratoKey layers EMAD™ (Encryption, Monitoring, Analytics and Defense), a powerful set of security controls designed to prevent breaches and meet stringent compliance requirements
(HIPAA, FERPA, GDPR etc). In addition to encryption, EMAD™ delivers live security analytics, user monitoring, detailed audit logs through to real-time security
rule and policy enforcement. This is provided in a scalable, high-throughput deployment that requires no agents or end-user configuration.
StratoKey assists organizations in meeting strict data security compliance requirements. By layering in encryption and tokenization with clearly defined encryption key separation, organizations are able
to meet data privacy requirements such as those detailed in HIPAA, GLBA, FedRAMP, FERPA and GDPR.