Take back control of your data
A unique AES-256 encryption key for each file is automatically fragmented into key shards and distributed across multiple physical devices. Multifactor encryption applies to unstructured data located locally, on network drives, in the cloud, or in a hybrid model.
Decryption occurs seamlessly, starting with a user clicking on a file. This triggers a prompt for the authenticated mobile device or KSS to provide the relevant key shards to reconstitute the encryption key and decrypt the file.
Cyberattacks are rendered ineffective when critical data is protected by multifactor encryption and distributed key management. In contrast to centralized encryption key management, attackers must simultaneously access multiple devices of a single user, both physically and digitally, to execute a successful attack, which has proven nearly impossible.
Protection for data at rest, using AES-256. A unique key for each object is automatically fragmented and distributed across a cluster of devices.
Decouple file access verification from identity and access management, eliminating IAM as a single source of truth for verifying access.
Atakama encrypts and decrypts files locally on users' computers. Encrypted versions of the files are sent to a network drive or cloud storage. Only Atakama-enabled authorized users can access the encrypted files.
Whether your business stores files on a network drive, in the cloud, or a hybrid model, Atakama is easily deployed within your existing environment.
Deploy and manage Atakama across your organization to secure files within your existing network locations.
Atakama is cross-compatible with all major desktop and mobile platforms so that data stays secure across all systems and devices.