Eliminate reliance on centralized IAM or directory services for data protection
The Zero Trust security model is based on the concept that all users, whether inside or outside of an organization's network, are authenticated, authorized, and continuously verified for security posture and configuration before granting or maintaining data and application access.
The increase in remote working, the growth of hybrid cloud, and the decline of confidence in rigid perimeter security are all drivers for the wide adoption of Zero Trust.
A true Zero Trust model must drill down to the object level. Overemphasis on perimeter security without sufficient consideration for everything independently vulnerable inside is not Zero Trust; it’s nothing more than a reinforced castle and moat paradigm that continues to fail.
By eliminating centralized points of failure, Atakama’s multifactor encryption provides unrivaled data protection at the granular file level to fortify your Zero Trust security model. This dedicated security layer is policy based and achieved in accordance with each organization’s specific use case; each and every file access request is evaluated individually, in alignment with the Zero Trust principles of enforcing least privilege contextual access to critical data.
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.