Hello Guillaume. We hear a lot about cybersecurity and encryption. What does Tanker offer in this area?
Tanker provides app developers with a turnkey, certified brick that inspires confidence and offers the security that is often missing in their solution.
Our "Encryption and Key Management as a Service" platform enables SaaS software developers to guarantee ownership, security and integrity of users’ data.
We have backing from the investment funds IDInvest, Axa Strategic Ventures and Kima.
How is your product innovative?
We provide developers with an encryption and key management API in the form of Software Development Kit (SDK) so that they integrate end-to-end encryption into their applications with just a few lines of code, even if they don’t have any previous experience in security. And this is for mobile, desktop and browser.
It took Whatsapp 2 years to integrate the Signal protocol into its messaging app. Tanker is innovative because it is easy to implement and has many uses.
The revolutionary way that we manage encryption keys ensures users’ exclusive data ownership, letting them "privatize" their cloud services while retaining the major infrastructure and performance benefits of the cloud.
What do you expect to get from participating in CES with ENGIE?
We are looking forward to meeting software developers and connected object makers who manage sensitive data so we can help them:
What is the most significant innovation for you?
The compass, in the 11th century: it made exploration and discovery possible and brought people together!
Finally, give us the answer to the question you would have liked me to ask you.
We dream of making Tanker the new standard for cloud security.
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