SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--VeriFyle today announced that its Cellucrypt™ encryption technology will be made available by license to other companies desiring to improve their security offerings. The patented Cellucrypt technology offers added layers of security by automatically assigning each data object (e.g. document, note or conversation) a unique encryption key, which is itself encrypted uniquely each time a user shares an object. By encrypting each data object individually, Cellucrypt makes illicit bulk-access to customer data practically impossible.
“The Cellucrypt technology adds layers of security that are missing from most communications and project management systems. By addressing bulk-access vulnerability, VeriFyle is filling this need while helping other companies provide better security to their users,” said Jack Smith, CEO of VeriFyle. “We are glad to make Cellucrypt available to others.”
Cellucrypt is a significant development in encryption key management technology. Unlike security solutions used by many cloud-storage and cloud-sharing services, which use a single master key for encrypting and decrypting their users’ data in bulk, VeriFyle’s Cellucrypt technology uses password derived keys on top of a public-key system to individually encrypt data objects. The result is added protection without any increase in complexity for the end user.
VeriFyle delivers ultra-secure messaging and document sharing, all on one screen. VeriFyle’s patented encryption technology protects VeriFyle’s users from bulk-access vulnerability through the unique encryption of each document and conversation. VeriFyle was built from the ground up to be more secure than other cloud sharing solutions, and to deliver improved productivity and control of information to its users.