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Lost and stolen data costs U.S. businesses billions every year.

The Commission on the Theft of American Intellectual Property recently found that the U.S. economy loses $225 billion every year to lost intellectual property, including the theft of trade secrets.

Increasingly, data is a business’s value. But how we all create, store and share data has changed dramatically. It used to be that data —research and development information, product development plans, customer and financial data— were relatively easy to secure because they resided behind the corporate firewall and within databases, enterprise resource planning systems, and collaboration platforms. Today, that’s no longer the case. Enterprise data is everywhere and breachable within firewalls, in the cloud and at the IoT edge.

By 2025 about
of data worldwide will be unstructured data
The research firm IDC estimates that by 2025 about 80% of data worldwide will be unstructured data — that’s data that resides in email, on file shares, cloud storage, and other endpoint devices. Organizations need new ways to secure all of their data.

Encryptics’ data-centric and transport- and application-agnostic platform was created so that organizations can protect data wherever it travels. The Encryptics platform achieves this through the use of powerful industry-standard, FIPS 140-2 certified, AES 256 encryption algorithms and proprietary .SAFE technology that enables data owners to set who can access data, how long they can access that data, and what they can do with the data while they are granted access.