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HyTrust Makes HyTrust DataControl™ Available Through AWS Marketplace

Nov 11, 2014, Press Releases

Native AMI gives enterprises zero-downtime encryption and complete control of their keys to support security and compliance requirements in the cloud MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. – Nov.11, 2014 – HyTrust Inc., the Cloud Security Automation Company, today announced that HyTrust DataControl™, a leading public cloud encryption solution, is now available for Amazon Web Services (AWS) through AWS...

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ECT News Network: USPS Employees, Retirees, Customers Exposed in Hack Attack Nov 11, 2014. Media.

Nov 11, 2014, Media

The USPS breach further indicates that data is the new currency, and attackers "are going after rich veins of private information, whether it's employee or customer data," Eric Chiu, president and cofounder of HyTrust, told TechNewsWorld.

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Infosecurity Magazine: Home Depot: Massive Breach Happened Via Third-Party Vendor Credentials

Nov 07, 2014, Media

"Insider threats are not only the No. 1 cause of breaches, but also lead to the biggest damage; this is because once on the network, an outside attacker looks like any other employee and can take their time siphoning off data without being seen," said Eric Chiu, president and co-founder of HyTrust.

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NIST Press Release: HyTrust Executive Joins NIST Advisory Committee

Nov 04, 2014, Media

Hemma Prafullchandra, chief technology officer and senior vice president of products at HyTrust, has been named to the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Visiting Committee on Advanced Technology (VCAT).

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Examiner: Consumers do little to protect their data privacy

Nov 04, 2014, Media

When a data breach occurs at a major retailer like Target or at a financial giant like JPMorgan Chase, consumers aren't afraid to voice their displeasure. However, homeowners are lax when it comes to protecting their in-home network.

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HsToday: Cybersecurity Industry Experts Weigh In On Alleged Russian Breach Of White House

Nov 03, 2014, Media

Cybersecurity experts said they aren’t at all surprised hackers US officials believe work for the Russian government were able to hack into at least unclassified White House computer networks in recent week.

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PC Magazine: No Security, No Business

Oct 31, 2014, Media

It feels like every day a large company reports a security breach, and this obviously doesn't make its customers very happy. Cloud control company HyTrust ran a snap poll of 2,000 consumers, and found that if companies don't crack down on their cybersecurity efforts they're going to lose business.

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MarketWatch: Microsoft takes latest shot in cloud price war

Oct 27, 2014, Media

The online storage wars just got more intense as Microsoft announced Monday that it’s offering unlimited cloud storage to Office 365 subscribers. There will likely come a time when the free (almost) all-you-can-eat era of cloud computing will end, experts say. Once family photos and videos have been uploaded, it takes a significant amount of time and effort to relocate them, says Eric Chiu,...

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Entrepreneur: Is My Data Really Safe? Your Questions About Cloud-Based Storage, Answered.

Oct 24, 2014, Media

Hemma Prafullchandra, CTO and senior vice president of products for HyTrust, a Mountain View, Calif., startup that provides security and compliance software for the cloud, says most cloud-based applications use safeguards to protect how data is transferred to the servers in their physical data centers and to back up and recover data. We asked Prafullchandra for more advice on keeping company data...

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Consumers Increasingly Hold Companies Responsible for Loss of Confidential Information, HyTrust Poll Shows

Oct 01, 2014, Press Releases

Survey of 2,000 consumers finds more than half ready to take their business elsewhere after a data breach MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Oct. 1, 2014 – Moving forward, every company involved in a major data breach—those actually attacked, such as retailers Home Depot, Target, Goodwill and Neiman Marcus, as well as banks, healthcare, insurance and Internet Service Providers, etc.—is going to pay an...

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