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Get Containerized Apps with the in-built Security and Privacy Shield
Enclaive’s revolutionary container technology establishes the highest level of application security and data privacy. Our containers are so secure, even the host is unable to look inside.
Store and process data anywhere now with the greatest confidence and in compliance with Schrems-II/GDPR
Confidential Containers turn any environment into your private Data Center
enclaive’s innovative technology aligns the interests of infrastructure consumers and providers by implementing the “last-mile” of trust and compliance.
Our containers shield data and application within a fully confidential and auditable black-box known as the “enclave”. Data and code are secured at rest, in transit, and most notably in use.
Spend less on Security
Shield your data & applications against cyberattacks and espionage, curious cloud providers, outsourced programming agencies and bad actors
Drive Cloud Adoption
Developing is as easy as starting a docker container and requires no extra know-how
Spend less on Compliance
Store & share sensitive data in highly regulated industries in a compliant way (e.g. Schrems-II/GDPR) and avoid security & data privacy fines
Enclaive solutions integrate seamless into the existing Enterprise DevOps environment
Take your container-based apps
Create encrypted containers with a few clicks
Deploy encrypted containers using Docker/Kubernetes
Optionally: Integrate the containers into the CI/CD pipeline
What partners and clients say
Enclaive helped us to expand our business and increase in revenue. While optimizing the financial accounting, key to our customers is the protection of data during the analysis. Enclaive‘s confidential compute technology gives our platform the safest harbor trusted by numerous clients.
Impressive work from enclaive. Confidential Computing is *now*.
Global Director of Security, Intel