Safeguarding intellectual property - source code, designs, formulae, and more - is critical to ensuring technology companies' viability and financial future.
Whether your data is exposed through malicious actions or just a simple security configuration error, our patent pending Microshard™ technology desensitizes your sensitive data in the cloud - multi-cloud and hybrid cloud.
Protect your IP and mitigate the impact of data breaches
The core functionality of our Microshard technology is to shred data in to microshards that are too small to contain sensitive data, mix those across multiple containers, and distribute them to multiple cloud storage locations of your choosing. The net result is that a compromised storage location yields only an unintelligible fraction of any given data set, removing any value of your data to any unauthorized user.
Protect regulated data
Keeping user, patient, and customer data private and secure is a monumental challenge in today's regulatory environment. Microsharding desensitizes sensitive data in multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud environments, regardless of where that data is stored. Additionally, organizations required to archive regulated data over multiple years can securely migrate from on-prem cold storage to cloud storage to reduce data archival costs.
Mitigate ransomware attacks in the cloud
A ransomware attack can be just as damaging as a data breach. Microsharding includes data integrity checks to detect tampering, including ransomware, and deletion. In the event of a failed integrity check, the affected Microshard data is returned to its last known good state transparently to your users. Data at rest should never be altered directly and any direct modifications are an indicator of compromise. Our solution will generate alerts to your SIEM, SOAR, your security operations center, etc., for investigation and remediation.
Discover how Microshard Technology works
We shred, mix, and distribute your data.
Files are shredded into microshards too small to contain sensitive data. Microshards are mixed across multiple containers, which are distributed across multiple storage locations.