BOSTON, Aug. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- PreVeil, a company dedicated to providing enterprises with a complete suite of encrypted email and file sharing applications, is part of the Innovation City at Black Hat 2018, August 8-9. In addition to showcasing new enterprise features at booth IC2238 during Black Hat, PreVeil will enable visitors to swap a few minutes of their time for a donation to two great charities, in lieu of landfill-destined swag. For every booth visit, PreVeil will donate funds to Girls Who Code, to support the next generation of women in computer science, and Three Square, serving the hungry in Las Vegas.
"We're taking an unprecedented approach to ensuring enterprise encryption without compromise. PreVeil protects enterprise data through a combination of end-to-end encryption, strong cryptographic keys in place of passwords, and recently patented Approval GroupsTM, which distribute trust among administrators," said Sanjeev Verma, co-founder and Chairman, PreVeil. "The four new product features we're launching at Black Hat - e-Discovery, device management, encrypted logs, and an overarching admin console - were developed to protect businesses from the massive breaches that occur all too frequently, while making encryption exceptionally easy to use for employees."
PreVeil provides end-to-end encryption for employees' emails and files. Yet, at times, due to the demands of litigation or investigations, admins need to access this very data. Traditional approaches either centralize access privileges with a set of vulnerable administrators, or encrypt end-to-end thus preventing administrators from accessing corporate data. PreVeil cuts through this challenge with its E-Discovery capabilities. In combination with PreVeil's patented Approval Groups™, PreVeil's e-Discovery module enables this level of investigation without creating a single point of failure from privileged admin accounts. This solution requires a pre-defined number of individuals to cryptographically consent before e-Discovery can take place.
In a world of BYOD, admins need to have the ability to lock down email accounts and limit access to files on devices that have been lost or stolen. With device management, in the event a device or account is lost or compromised, admins can cryptographically revoke access to specific devices and/or accounts and make them inaccessible by intruders. At the same time, users' emails and files remain intact and are never deleted.
Within PreVeil, every activity is cryptographically logged and digitally signed. This provides organizations with full visibility into user activity, file modifications and related access, key transfers and alike. Logs are fully auditable, encrypted and tamper proof.
The PreVeil Admin Console enables administrators to access the features above in addition. Activities like provisioning and managing user accounts, accessing corporate data when required, and monitoring logs are all seamless. Optional integration with Active Directory will also be available to Enterprises.
To schedule a conversation, either at Black Hat or afterwards, with PreVeil Chairman Sanjeev Verma and/or CTO Raluca Ada Popa, an MIT award-winning researcher, UC Berkeley professor and co-founder of PreVeil, please contact Ariane Wolff, Warner Communications for PreVeil, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PreVeil provides enterprises with private and protected email and files – with unmatched ease of use. PreVeil's proprietary combination of end to end encryption, distributed trust and strong cryptographic keys instead of passwords, ensures data is protected even when the server is breached. Learn more at www.preveil.com, join the conversation on Twitter and follow PreVeil on LinkedIn and Facebook. Protect. Prevent. PreVeil.
Ariane Wolff, Vice President