Many enterprises have cloud data security concerns about unauthorized disclosure: namely a cloud service provider handing over their data in response to a government subpoena. For risk-conscious organizations this can be a barrier to cloud service adoption.
Often, cloud providers only notify customers that data was turned over to the government after the fact, if at all. In some instances, they may even be expressly prohibited from notifying customers. This risk prevents many organizations from migrating sensitive or confidential data to the cloud
Vaultive ensures customers retain full control over their data. When the cloud service provider responds to a subpoena, only encrypted data is provided. The only way to gain access to the clear text data is by engaging directly with the data owner to decrypt it. This approach ensures transparency and gives organizations a chance to challenge the request.
Through encryption-in-use capabilities, Vaultive allows customers to: