CryptoMove Tholos Key Vault
Multi-cloud, IoT, and microservices architectures cause massive proliferation of keys and secrets. API keys, private keys, and other secrets often end up in email, Slack, on GitHub, or hardcoded.
Lack of effective key and secrets management leaves open attack vectors on applications and data and slows down devops transformations.
CryptoMove's Tholos Key Vault is easier to use than current secrets management approaches, is more scalable, and changes the game with decentralization and moving target defense.
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CryptoMove Tholos Key Vault is powered by CryptoMove’s patented moving target data protection technology.
Moving target defense is a game-changing security paradigm shift. Today’s defense infrastructure of keys and secrets are a stationary and easy target. Attackers have the asymmetric advantage of time as they hide in systems and study defensive infrastructure, planning their attacks. Moving target defense flips this asymmetric advantage by making the attack surface dynamic and imposing costs on attackers. All without the need for resource-intensive threat detection or network protection approaches.
Moving target defense has been pioneered by private industry, military research, and academic study and is the most exciting field of security innovation today.
Fortune 500 companies and federal agencies have leveraged CryptoMove's key vault to protect keys for cloud services, data analytics lakes, IoT devices, and even drones. Also, CryptoMove's underlying platform SDK has been leveraged to develop prototypes for file protection, database protection, and even live-streaming video.
CryptoMove Tholos Key Vault Use Cases
DevOps Security & IoT
Cloud services key vault
Containers & microservices
Analytics & AI/ML
Database key vault
IoT & edge devices key vault
(sensors, cameras, lights)
(sensors, cameras, lights)
Drones & autonomous
vehicles key vault
vehicles key vault
How to Work
CryptoMove's flagship product is a cloud-based key vault as a service, with a robust moving target data security platform under the hood. See how technology companies, Fortune 500 enterprises, and government agencies are working with CryptoMove.
“In addition to dealing with today’s challenges around cloud, edge, and on-prem data at rest, CryptoMove also sidesteps major long-term risks such as quantum computers that threaten to unravel existing encryption at rest. CryptoMove is among the most technically advanced startups for its stage that I’ve seen - I can’t think of another security startup where the founding CTO bootstrapped inventing a distributed programming language.”
“We led the Series A in a potentially very important security company @cryptomove, that is doing some really novel work to protect data - we all need to pay attention to this. Hoping these guys can help show us all a better way.”
“The startup, which is run by a father-son founding team, uses what they call an “active defense” approach [...] breaking down the data into chunks, moving them around continuously, then putting the data back together when someone needs it.”
“CryptoMove [...] has raised its first millions in institutional funding from venture investors despite the possibility it could have raised more money by jumping on the initial coin offering (ICO) bandwagon.”
“Though many of CryptoMove's clients are hesitant to say publicly that they're using its technology [...] client testimonials were a big part of CryptoMove's fundraising strategy.”
“News Release: The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate announced [an] award to CryptoMove to enhance U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Small Unmanned Aircraft System security. The project is awarded under the Silicon Valley Innovation Program...to offer solutions to some of the toughest threats facing DHS and the homeland security mission.” - Department of Homeland Security
“In 2017, Ransomware cost the global economy billions, and even shut down hospitals and froze global shipping. Unfortunately, this is just the tip of the spear. By 2021, projected costs of cybercrime could be $6 trillion.”
“[A]ttack-and-defense asymmetry has become one of the biggest challenges facing the next decade of software and the Internet. Our computing and web infrastructure has gotten so complex that malicious attackers who want to break into a protected environment can effectively always find a way in, if you give them enough time.”
“[T]he underlying data protection technology — encryption of data at rest — has not fundamentally changed in decades. Encryption is often coupled with innovative UI, workflows, or other wrapping. But encryption itself: increasingly a commodity. Often supplied natively by cloud providers.”
“As more physical infrastructure in city contexts is connected and run on software, the barrier between cybersecurity and physical security fades. Further, exponential increases in encryption keys and certificates poses a challenge of management and secure storage for these and other infrastructure secrets.”
“CryptoMove has been able to attract impressive talent - the team includes PhDs and leading security experts. As an advisor and investor in many security startups, I’m excited about CryptoMove’s team and progress bringing their vision for moving target decentralized data to early adopters in the market.” - Gerhard Eschelbeck, VP of Security Google, CTO Qualys, Webroot, Sophos
“Data is increasingly distributed & decentralized in cloud, edge, and IoT infrastructure. These global transformations make data at rest an easy target for hackers. The reason we’re excited about CryptoMove is that its technology reimagines data storage and protection for this new decentralized infrastructure world.” - Tim & Billy Draper, Draper Associates
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