In a perfect world, confidential personal and corporate information is always kept secure. As soon as a credit card is entered into a shopping site, a birthday is shared on social media, or a company cuts a paycheck, that data should be safe and only accessible to those who need it.
Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Data is kept on unsecure servers or computers, transmitted without proper encryption, or even sold to the highest bidder by the trusted custodian. Even when everything is done correctly, data is still only protected when it is in storage or in transit, NOT when it is being operated on.
That is where RHYPT's data encryption and protection solutions come in.
RHYPT tehcnology uses a patented (Patent No. 10,289,816) one-way encryption method to secure data in storage, in transit, and in processing. After applying the encryption method to any data set, it can be available freely without worry of being exposed, as only the corresponding decryption key can reveal it. This data encryption secures data on local machines or large hosted or remote servers, as well as mitigating hardware flaws such as Spectre or Meltdown as the data will not be exposed at any point.
In order to use cloud-based storage, companies and other data custodians have to be sure that the individual cloud system security is strong enough to prevent unwanted access. After being encrypted by RHYPT, however, data can be stored wherever, with as much or as little additional security as desired, and still be uncrackable without the correct decryption key.
A video storage and processing company currently uses four different cloud services for storage, and has to ensure the security of its data in transit as well. By using RHYPT technology to encrypt its data, the company can consolidate these services to a single one, since the encryption is only reversible by the correct key, owned by the company.
A large company that manages a huge database of user data wants to allow third parties operating access to the information without exposing any identifiable fields. By changing the keys to its database, the company can license and distribute them to the third party developers, who can subsequently recompile their own methods to work with the data.