ATLANTA, March 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Ionic Security Inc., a pioneer of high-assurance data protection and control, today announced Ionic Protect for Cloud Storage™ is now available with support for Google Customer-Supplied Encryption Keys, or CSEK, for Google Cloud Storage. CSEK allows you to provide a third party 256-bit string, such as an AES encryption key, for use in protecting your data at rest in Google Cloud Storage. Typically, CSEK is used by customers with stricter regulatory needs, or a need to provide their own key. Ionic Protect for Cloud Storage™ allows you to easily manage these keys in a scalable way and in a consistent method across your enterprise.
"We are excited to announce the first of many powerful Customer Supplied Encryption Key (CSEK) capabilities. Our new Ionic Protect for Cloud Storage™ solution enables developers to simply and seamlessly use their own one-time use encryption keys with the full capabilities of the Ionic platform while natively leveraging Google Cloud Storage," stated Adam Ghetti, Ionic's Founder and CEO.
About Ionic Security
Ionic Security accelerates Internet trust by protecting and controlling data everywhere it travels and anywhere it resides, whether on the corporate network, in the cloud or on mobile devices. The industry's first high-assurance data protection and control platform, Ionic Security takes a comprehensive approach to protecting distributed data in today's borderless enterprise without proxies or gateways or changes in user behavior. The Ionic platform has been licensed to enterprises representing millions of users worldwide in a wide range of industries including Financial Services, Public Sector, Retail, Healthcare, Enterprise Software and Manufacturing.
The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and is backed by leading firms including Amazon.com, Inc., Goldman Sachs, GV (formerly Google Ventures), Icon Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Meritech Capital Partners, TechOperators, and Hayman Capital Management, L.P. More information can be found at Ionic.com.
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