GarbleCloud Launches “Ransomware Resilient” Technology to Enterprises

Pleasanton, California–(Newsfile Corp. – January 14, 2022) – Based in Silicon Valley, GarbleCloud has launched a ransomware resilient technology to allow enterprises and individuals to protect their documents and files stored in platforms such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and Google Workspace applications like Google Docs, and soon Gmail and GoogleMeet. It does so today by enabling user-controlled encryption of files, without compromising functionality of these underlying platforms and applications.

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GarbleCloud at its core offers encryption services but also claims to take data encryption to a new level of functionality and ease of use by enabling useful operations on encrypted files while making those files completely opaque to the cloud service providers or SaaS applications. The platform uses a patented technology that businesses can access and leverage to be in complete control of important files and documents (unstructured data) even when stored in remote public clouds.

According to Founder and CEO Bijit Hore, “Large organizations are increasingly dealing with ransomware attacks and the potential exposure of sensitive data. In high-profile cases reported over the past year, attackers carry out reconnaissance after breaching the defenses of the company. They look to identify high-value accounts and compromise web application credentials-uncovering sensitive troves of data in online document processing platforms such as Google Workspace, Microsoft Office 365, etc. Our solution offers ransomware resiliency that protects against data exfiltration, doxing, and more. Even if your cloud ecosystem is breached, your enterprise’s data is always protected.”

The company’s core technology includes: AES-256 encryption that is user controlled and easy to use; a robust, industrial-grade encryption-key management framework; support for CRUD operations on encrypted files in popular SaaS platforms; the ability to do full-text search over encrypted documents; the ability to share and collaborate on encrypted documents between teams; and provides platform-agnostic, encryption-based file security…