SaaS Shield Platform
Give your customers the control they want.
Easily add customer managed keys and real-time security event monitoring to your product with multiple integration options.
CMK is the premium privacy feature your customers want so they can hold their own encryption keys, know how their data is accessed, and revoke that access if needed.
Sell more software
Differentiate from competitors with superior privacy and security. Open up new markets and unlock customers who usually prefer on-prem software.
Grow the bottom line
Most companies offering premium security and privacy charge 20-30% of net spend. This allows for expansion in large accounts.
Earn customer trust
You ask your customers to trust you with their data, but that trust is more readily granted when customers can verify how their data is accessed.
A year ago, some of our biggest customers started asking for advanced privacy features to better secure their data within Rally. SaaS Shield is perfect to bring extra privacy and control to our customers.
─ Michele Kubicek
MANAGER, PRODUCT MANAGEMENT, BROADCOM
Because your customers want it.
Time to market
We can accelerate your roadmap and reduce the time and cost to get you to market.
Cryptography is complex and easy to get wrong. There are many choices to make and many combinations of technologies to support.
SaaS Shield integrates with a number of key management systems and logging targets with more coming all the time.
IronCore's implementation is very fast with additional features like key leasing and batch encrypt/decrypt to meet all needs.
IronCore is adding more integrations and features that will benefit all customers.
For many large customers, ownership and control of encryption keys is a baseline requirement for cloud software adoption.
Your customers get to leverage their existing security infrastructure to monitor and gate access to their encrypted data. That means they can use their existing log management, security incident and event management (SIEM), and key management servers (KMS) to keep control of their data and to understand how it's being accessed.
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