Organizations need to securely and repeatably search, cross match, and derive insights from third-party data repositories without exposing the contents of the search itself or compromising the security or ownership of the underlying data. In an increasingly regulated data ecosystem, this need to protect sensitive data while also complying with regulatory requirements limits data sharing and collaboration across jurisdictions and between organizations, negatively impacting business processes.
Enveil’s business-enabling and privacy-preserving capabilities for secure data search, sharing, and collaboration protect data while it's being used or processed – the 'holy grail' of data encryption. Enveil ZeroReveal® enables secure and private data collaboration to enhance intelligence-led decision making. Whether performing searches or analytics on data you own, seeking information from a third-party data provider, or driving revenue by securely monetizing your data assets, Enveil’s ZeroReveal® ensures sensitive search content and its corresponding results are never revealed during the entire processing lifecycle.
Powered by homomorphic encryption, Enveil’s ZeroReveal solution never decrypts searches, watchlists, or analytics during the entire processing lifecycle, enabling secure collaboration between entities while allowing organizations to retain positive control of their data, maintain a natural and defendable separation, and achieve full auditability. Users can securely cross-match, search, analyze, and exchange regulated information between entities in a business-relevant timeframe while ensuring sensitive information remains protected.
Enveil ZeroReveal® is a lightweight, API-based proxy-layer software system designed for one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-one, and many-to-many configurations. By decoupling from the storage technology layer, Enveil sits above the data, requiring no changes to the underlying environment, and allowing organizations to retain positive control of their data assets while enabling secure sharing and collaboration.