Novetta, Enveil to Integrate Data Analytics, Encryption Platforms for Government Market; Tiffanny Gates Quoted

Jeff Brody
Tiffanny Gates

Novetta and Enveil have partnered to combine the companies' analytics and security platforms in an effort to help government customers protect classified or sensitive mission data.

The partnership will integrate the ZeroReveal technology, which employs  homomorphic encryption method for computing tasks within an untrusted domain, with Novetta-developed machine learning models, the company said Wednesday.

Enveil designed ZeroReveal to help users generate protected watchlists with mission-sensitive indicators and reduce operations risks. The technology is certified under the National Information Assurance Partnership and Commercial Solutions for Classified programs.

Tiffanny Gates, president and CEO of Novetta and a 2019 Wash100 winner, said the partnership seeks to integrate security tools into clients' sensitive mission sets and support tactical workloads with machine learning and big data platforms.

The technology integration effort is part of Enveil’s Technology Alliance Program, which aims to extend security protections for data in use.

Both companies will present the collaboration during the Amazon Web Services-hosted Public Sector Summit, scheduled to take place from June 11 to 12 in Washington, D.C.

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