Atakama provides military-grade data protection without the need for traditional authentication using usernames, passwords, or one-time codes.
Atakama is cross-compatible with all major desktop and mobile platforms so that data can stay secure with any mix of systems and devices.
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.
Atakama allows users to securely share files within cloud and network locations without disrupting existing user workflows.
No internet? No problem. With support for Bluetooth Low Energy devices, users can always access their files.
Atakama's built-in search tool lets users search encrypted files without having to decrypt them.
Traditional approaches to encryption mostly rely user access controls, or centralized key management solutions, but these introduce user friction and risks. Atakama overcomes this with its distributed key management architecture. Atakama encrypts each file with a unique encryption key. The unique key is then split into pieces that are each distributed to users' devices.
With Atakama, only authorized users can access encrypted files. We never store your files or require you to use proprietary cloud storage. We can not open or view your files, and we do not know the quantity or size of the files that have been encrypted.
Atakama encrypts and decrypts files locally on users' computers. If you use a network drive or cloud storage, it is the encrypted version of the files that are sent to those locations. No one but Atakama-enabled authorized users can access the encrypted files.
A lost or broken phone doesn't mean users won't be able to access encrypted files. Devices can be removed and replaced without disruption.
Atakama's UX is familiar to anyone who has used 2FA. But 2FA is perimeter-based security, which is regularly breached. Once a user has been authenticated they have access to everything.
Atakama's object-level encryption protects no matter whether attackers breach your perimeter, users work outside your perimeter, or your data is in the cloud.
Full disk encryption is designed to provide protection when users are logged out and not using their system. All files are encrypted using just one key typically based on the user’s account password, which creates a single point of failure.
Atakama encrypts at the file level, generating a unique key for each file, and provides active protection at all times. When one file is decrypted the remainder of the files remain encrypted with their own unique encryption key.
Passwords are great for some things, but not for everything. Especially when password-protected files need to be shared within cloud and network drive locations.
Atakama eliminates common security vulnerabilities by replacing the need for authentication-based encryption with its intuitive distributed key management architecture.