Cloud computing security company Porticor will integrate its encryption technology with the HP Atalla platform as the companies aim to help users securely pass data across public, private or hybrid clouds.
Porticor’s data protection technology is built to protect the expanding fan of cloud environments and to combine data encryption with patented encryption and homomorphic management technologies to adapt to the changing landscape, the companies said Wednesday.
The companies announced their collaboration at the 2014 HP Discover event in Las Vegas.
Porticor saying it is the first company to offer customers full confidentiality for cloud data.
Gilad Parann-Nissany, Porticor founder and CEO, said that when migrating data to the cloud security should be anything but an inhibitor.
Chris Griffith, an enterprise security products manager at HP, said users should emphasize access control for sensitive material during cloud migrations.
The Porticor-HP Atalla collaboration is intended to eliminate the complexities of encrypting and decrypting virtual data confidently and securely.
Griffith says that the teams plans to offer customers scalable, cloud-based management without sacrificing the trust of their customers.