Encryption is not enough to protect sensitive data.

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A1DLP uses Hypervisor VM-Containers to isolate sensitive data and cryptography keys that are unencrypted in memory, from environments of unprovable trust levels. When the data and keys are unencrypted in memory, they are isolated using a hypervisor, which provides CPU hardware-enforced isolation guarantees. The only time that data can leave the VM-Container is once it is encrypted and mathematically protected.

Sophisticated adversaries and malicious insiders can use various techniques to steal data from today’s DLP systems. Some simple examples are debuggers, kernel exploits and kernel Rootkits. A1DLP’s hypervisor enforced isolation prevents both of these avenues of attack while staying seamless to the user and enforcing privacy of the data.



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