By Paula Rooney | February 15, 2012
Summary: Israeli startup Porticor claims that its Virtual Private Data (VPD) system addresses encryption and key management for public, private and hybid clouds.
In that way, “enterprises can leverage Porticor’s patent pending homomorphic split-key encryption technology to ensure privacy of data stored in the cloud … and [provide] security across virtual disks, databases, distributed storage and file systems.”
The VPD is available today in several editions. Pricing begins at $27.50 per month per Porticor virtual appliance.