Anqlave Pte. Ltd. the data privacy company, today announced that Anqlave Data Vault (ADV) has been awarded the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-2 certification from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
As part of this certification, NIST has audited and certified that Anqlave Data Vault adheres to the strict security standard that was traditionally only issued to modules in which keys are stored and operations are performed on a single machine.
“With the FIPS 140-2 certification we prove that our platform meets industry standard and compliance requirements. In fact, we are driving hardware rooted trust technology adoption in the cloud space”, said Assaf Cohen, CEO of Anqlave.
Anqlave Data Vault (ADV) helps solve the secret management problem by allowing users to securely create, store, transport and use secrets. By leveraging Intel SGX enclaves, ADV helps ensure that secrets are never available in plaintext whether at rest, in motion or in use.
“This issue has prevented enterprises from broad cloud adoption to-date and we are very excited that this certification for ADV will provide industrial users with the confidence that they have been seeking – and from a product that offers far greater flexibility than HSM technology” added Assaf Cohen, CEO.
Start using ADV through Azure marketplace today by following the link here.
If you’d like more information about ADV you can read our joined whitepaper with Intel here.
Anqlave’s mission is to secure digital assets. Anqlave builds products based on hardware rooted trust technology that allows customers to store, transfer and process data in the cloud without having to trust the cloud. Anqlave’s products can be used to solve data security and data privacy issues when moving data or applications to the cloud.