CipherCloud break through security barriers

Needless to say, when a trusted solutions provider to the U.S defense and intelligence community such as Exceptional considers moving it’s customer relationship management (CRM) and email to the cloud, it needs a company such as CipherCloud the leader in cloud encryption to do the job. Thanks to CipherClouds encryption excellence and compliance with ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations), barriers that previously stood in the way of the defense and intelligence community using the cloud are now broken down. ITAR’s regulatory demands and the need to strictly control access to data are just a few of the barriers that have previously stood in the way. However, the award-winning cloud encryption gateway secures sensitive data across a number of cloud applications, whilst performance remains intact. Research firm Gartner predicts that by 2016, 25 percent of enterprises will be using CipherClouds strong encryption, tokenisation and activity monitoring to eliminate problems such as data privacy and security. The breakthrough has positioned Exceptional Software in a place that enables them to help the defense and intelligence communities, who are building highly elastic and cost efficient private clouds, scale encryption-as-a-service in private clouds. A brief demo is available online on how CipherCloud eliminates the data privacy (www.pages.ciphercloud.com) but for those on the hunt for a few tips on protecting sensitive data in the cloud and how encryption-as-a-service in private clouds is now an opportunity, feel free to listen to the webcast on Thursday 27th September at 2:00pm (www.pages.ciphercloud.com)

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