Security best practices call for a segregation of duties between the administrator managing the cloud environment and the security professionals managing the encryption keys. Vaultive supports this by encrypting cloud data, including Exchange Online email, calendar, and task data, for the entire duration of its lifecycle. We give IT teams sole custody of the encryption keys, ensuring that only authorized users, and not Microsoft, have access to clear text data.
Cloud data breaches are rare, but if unauthorized access occurs Vaultive ensures any obtained data is unreadable cipher text. In the more common event of a secret government data request, Vaultive makes certain that any data your cloud provider hands over is illegible. The authorities must approach the Vaultive customer directly for access to clear text data, allowing them to control the conversation and next steps.
Vaultive helps organizations subject to industry and regulatory compliance mandates such as FFIEC, EU GDPR, ITAR, and PCI-DSS demonstrate strong data protection technical safeguards. In many of these cases, the fact that Microsoft has access to clear text data can prevent or complicate compliance.
Vaultive provides automatic encryption of unstructured data in Exchange Online while preserving the application functionality such as search and sort. Using this approach allows for data protection at every point of cloud exposure without sacrificing the user experience.
From day one Vaultive was built with the enterprise in mind, so organizations of all sizes can benefit from our platform’s scalable, high-availability architecture. It features: