There are a lot of great cloud storage providers available to just about everyone in the world. They all claim to have world class security, but even if they haven’t had a massive data breach yet, people and companies with sensitive data, worry about security. Nobody wants to store the code for their software startup or customer database anywhere that there’s even a chance it can get hacked or stolen. The cloud provides unparalleled convenience, but that convenience comes with a price.
If there was a solution that allowed data storage in the cloud, that was as secure as an unconnected hard drive, everyone would flock to it. That solution exists thanks to Canadian cybersecurity startup.
This isn’t a flash in the pan or some gimmick, Kalepso has done massive amounts of data and security research and created a product that acts as a middleware for your data secured in the cloud. Kalepso masks all of your data with proprietary, next level cryptography. They utilize Oblivious RAM (ORAM), Differential Privacy and Blockchain that securely encrypts your data, not just from end to end, but the entire time that it’s in the cloud. The only way you can access the data is with the encrypted keys and everyone with key access is stored on the Blockchain.
“Our solution proves everyone’s identity through an untamperable blockchain and hence, you can always tell who’s viewing your data.” The company explains on their website.
With Kalepso you don’t sacrifice security or searchability. Each file is encrypted separately and Kalepso uses secure index structures that provide top level security with search functionality. This way your entire file system can be stored securely online.
Kalepso offers the first truly safe way to store your files online whether you’re a Fortune 500 company or a startup. Even if your cloud provider gets hacked, your data stays intact.
Find out more about Kalepso at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, January 9-12th in Eureka Park, booth #51069 and online at kalepso.com