Vaultive tackles the pivotal issue of cloud data protection that stands in the way of broader cloud adoption: the requirement for businesses to maintain ownership and control of their data while it is processed by and stored at cloud providers.
With Vaultive, businesses can move to the cloud and still ensure that their data:
- complies with many regulations such as HIPAA-HITECH, GLBA, PCI, and others
- cannot be disclosed to the government without their authorization
- conforms to the broad range of data residency laws around the world, and
- cannot be accessed by unauthorized individuals.
Vaultive addresses these critical requirements through its groundbreaking encryption-in-use technology which enables businesses to encrypt their data before it goes to the cloud — so it can then be processed while still encrypted at the cloud provider. This capability enables organizations to independently control access to data processed by third-party services.
Vaultive enables businesses to adhere to industry best practices, including the most recent guidelines from the Cloud Security Alliance, a globally recognized not-for-profit organization whose mission is to promote the use of best practices for providing security assurance within Cloud Computing.
Vaultive is a stateless network-layer software encryption proxy. Vaultive’s cloud data encryption platform is extensible, allowing for the support of a wide range of cloud-based and on-premise applications. Vaultive is both seamless to the supported application and transparent to end-users so neither training nor changes in user behavior are required.
Vaultive’s first enterprise-grade solution provides encryption for Microsoft Exchange and Office 365®.
Vaultive’s customers include a global pharmaceutical firm, a regional bank, a media company and a law firm as well as other large and small companies across a variety of industries.
Customers can purchase Vaultive through a growing network of authorized channel partners and cloud service providers around the globe.