The key-management protocol protecting your data was developed together with Ganita Labs of the University of Toronto. Nothing less than scientifically-backed encryption practices.
Our key management process is broken down in four parts: Client side encryption, Dynamic key generation, Multi-tiered key generation, and Dynamic key distribution. You have sole control over your encryption keys and they are never stored anywhere. Every piece of your data gets a unique key assigned to it. Keys are broken into multiple parts to hinder unauthorized access. Good luck breaking that!
Our approach to encryption is unbreakable. The encryption key distribution is organized in such a way that our solutions are simply immune to attacks that burn through other encryption products.
You and your data simply can't be tracked in any way. Our architecture is based on a cookie-less, token-less principle. Nothing is ever stored anywhere, so how can anyone track you?
AES 256. ECC. SHA 512. We leverage series of mathematically-proven cryptographic protocols for your utmost safety. While SaaS companies use marketing hype to claim “military grade” or “bank grade” security, we stick to firm actions and superior security. We have your back covered - with cryptography that protects you to the maximum.
Security Breaches are multiplying and attacks are getting more and more sophisticated. Despite using strong encryption, organizations are still being breached causing them severe reputational and financial damage. Many companies are also failing to disclose data security breaches and it is alarming to know that more than half don’t even know that their data has already been compromised.
Data encryption is a crucial part of an organization’s response to security threats and government compliance regulations but not all encryption is equally secure. Most web and cloud services today do not properly encrypt their data. Those that do encrypt data do not have proper key management, with encryption decryption keys almost always residing on the server, making it easy for snoopers to sniff out the confidential information.
With growing security and privacy breaches, more government regulations and compliance requirements have sprung up for all types of institutions holding confidential data, including customer and employee information. Not all businesses understand the requirements and thus fail to be compliant.
In addition, data privacy laws differ from country to country. Data stored in the United States, for example, is subject to the US Patriot Act, while data stored in the EU is subject to Directive 95/46/EC . Other countries have similar laws that allow governments to access and review data. Understanding how international data privacy laws affect data stored to the cloud helps you make smart choices about how to manage your data across international lines.
In recent years, the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend has become essential to business, allowing employees to remotely access data from any location, at any time. Mobile devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets are essential tools for organizational productivity, but they are significantly more vulnerable to attack than desktop computers.
With employees bringing their own devices to work, IT has less control over data and the challenge is to ensure that mobile devices do not cause a leak of the organization's sensitive and confidential information. Another big issue of BYOD is when employees share confidential documents and files via insecure cloud storage services using their personal devices.