For organizations with strict data residency requirements, CipherCloud provides the ability to retain specific sensitive data on-premises while using cloud-based applications. Tokenization substitutes randomly generated values for the original data, which never leaves the enterprise. Tokenization is commonly used in countries or regions with strict data residency laws specifying that certain types of sensitive data cannot leave national boundaries, even if encrypted.
Data residency and sovereignty
for sensitive data that cannot
leave the enterprise
Local storage of original data
and token mapping in a secure
Granular policy controls
to selectively encrypt
any type of data
Format- and function-preserving
solutions that preserve
Laws in some regions dictate that sensitive data cannot leave an organization, even if it is encrypted. CipherCloud addresses this with advanced cloud tokenization, replacing sensitive fields with randomly generated tokens that are structurally similar but have no mathematical correlation to the original data. The original data and mappings are stored locally in a JDBC-compliant database.
Granular Field-Level ControlCipherCloud is unique in delivering the highest levels of security while CipherCloud lets you control security precisely on a per-field basis. You can easily mix-and-match tokenization with encryption, enforcing data residency where required, while leveraging lower-overhead encryption for other fields.
Tokenization maintains the format of your data and preserves the functionality of your cloud applications. CipherCloud maps the protected data to the substitute tokens and uses this mapping to seamlessly support searching, sorting, or reporting on protected data. Tokenization preserves the formatting of fixed-field data such as credit cards, social security numbers or phone numbers.
CipherCloud is deployed in many of the world’s largest enterprises and is highly scalable, delivering high-throughput with extremely low latency. A high-performance stateless architecture makes it practical to tokenize or encrypt any amount of data.