Our award winning MicroTokenization® and MicroEncryption® technology secures data at a level never before possible. A CertainSafe Digital Vault high security cloud storage solution mitigates risk, ensures compliance and protects your reputation with your clients.
Store and share documents, photos, files and private messages while keeping them safe from prying eyes with the CertainSafe Digital Vault.
Securely engage, collaborate and communicate with your clients while protecting their privacy with the CertainSafe Digital Vault.
Protect all the data in and around a payment transaction from a mass data breach with the CertainSafe Digital Vault.
Provide automated data security for databases, files and applications using the CertainSafe Digital Vault SDK and API libraries.
Remove sensitive data from its original location, manually or via automated application APIs.
Simultaneously replace the sensitive data with CertainSafes's proprietary MicroToken placeholders. Your storage system now only contains a virtual representation of the original data, and the sensitive data is securely transferred to our cloud.
The removed data is immediately encrypted using AES256 with key pairs and a unique compound key for each data object, providing unsurpassed security. Encrypted files are broken into pieces and distributed across multiple physical and virtual locations. Data uploaded to our system is never saved in unencrypted form at any time.
When retrieval is required, files are unencrypted and de-tokenized, reassembled and returned in real-time to whatever application requires the information for processing. Whole files can be returned or specific data objects curated for batch processing. Retrieval is blazingly fast.For more information check out our FAQ's
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44,000 people have a single employee of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to blame for a ‘major’ breach of their data. Lamar Smith, a republican House representative from Texas and a chairman of the Science, Space, and Technology Committee, told reporters recently that the breach was inadvertently triggered in late February. According to Smith, an investigation revealed that while transferring files from a private office computer over to a personal storage device, the employee accidentally copied data belonging to roughly 44,000 customers. The individual in question is reported to have left the FDIC on February 26. Three days later…Read More
"The CertainSafe approach to cloud security may be the most brilliant and effective that I've seen to date, in an area that is critical if Net-based commerce, applications, and transactions are to go forward."
- Mark Anderson, FiRe chair and CEO of the Strategic News Service