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Big Tech is monitoring everything we say and do.  For our most sensitive information – our documents, photos and other files – the surveillance has become unacceptable.
Atakama is the first ever passwordless encryption system for your files, regardless of where you store them: locally, on Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive or elsewhere.
With Atakama your private information remains accessible only to you.

Use Atakama's encryption to prevent Big Tech’s Privacy Invasion

Privacy via Encryption

With encryption from Atakama, you get the convenience of cloud storage without relinquishing your privacy

Works Everywhere

Whether you store your files in Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive or with another cloud provider, Atakama keeps them encrypted and private - for your eyes only

How does Atakama Work?

Right-click to Encrypt

With Atakama installed, simply right click on a file to encrypt it instantly regardless of where it is stored.

Tap Your Phone to Decrypt

You can decrypt your files at any time with a tap of your mobile phone.

No Passwords

When a file is encrypted with Atakama, the encryption key is split into pieces, with components of the key distributed to your computer and smartphone.  

You can also put pieces of the key on a tablet or a friend’s phone

No passwords involved.

Strong Security and Privacy

Prying eyes will never be able to access or see the file. No one can access your encrypted files.

Not Big Tech. Not Atakama. Only you.

Atakama Features

no passwords

No Passwords or Codes

Atakama provides military-grade data protection without the need for traditional authentication using usernames, passwords, or one-time codes.

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Sharing

Atakama allows users to securely share files within cloud and network locations without disrupting existing user workflows.

secure cloud sync

Secure Cloud Sync

Atakama's client-side encryption enables the safekeeping of protected files in sync with major cloud storage services (Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive) and private cloud networks.