CipherCloud Rapidly Enables More Organizations to Move to Microsoft Office 365
Today the company is bolstering its service with AES 256-bit CipherCloud encryption to its existing Box offering .With the new capability,encryption keys are retained by the customer and accessed and decrypted by authorized users on personal computers or mobile devices. The CipherCloud service connects to Box in the background through Box Event APIs. When new files are uploaded, CipherCloud automatically scans content to enforce corporate policies and block file-borne malware. It also performs encryption driven by policy at user and content levels. CipherCloud is typically deployed within a corporate network or private cloud. The solution is deployed as software that can be run on physical servers, virtual servers, or on private cloud instances.
ET CipherCloud Rapidly Enables More Organizations to Move to Microsoft Office 365 Text CipherCloud showcases its leading Cloud Information Protection platform in booth #2024 at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partners Conference HOUSTON, July 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Microsoft WPC 2013 — According to Gartner, the number of cloud email users will increase by five times from 50 million in 2013 to 273 million in 2017. This rapid adoption underscores the value of the cloud in lowering costs and creating competitive advantages, but the transition also creates the need to overcome data privacy, residency, security, and regulatory compliance risks of sensitive information in the cloud. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130603/SF24948LOGO) To help organizations overcome these risk barriers, CipherCloud, the leader in cloud information protection, will showcase its CipherCloud for Office 365 offering in booth #2024 at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). By protecting Office 365 with enterprise class encryption, the solution mitigates against cloud threats, hackers and accidental leakage of information in the cloud. At the same time, the operations-preserving encryption delivers a seamless user experience so that application functions, such as searching, sorting and reporting, remain unaltered.