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July 14, 2018, 01:31:06 PM
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CloudFish is a startup backed by GeorgiaTech's accelerator in the United States. CloudFish developed a security platform that enables companies and individual users to secure their assets stored in the cloud using blockchain technology. it use machine learning algorithms to automate threat detection and control before it becomes a risk to the security of users’ assets.

Unlike the encryption-based cloud security solutions available in the market, CloudFish is using an innovative approach to secure data that leverages the block-chain technology. Traditional encryption-based security product available in the market, encrypt user data and store the encryption keys on cloud servers. This approach secures data in most cases. However, if the cloud server that stores the encryption keys is itself hacked then the users’ stored information can be decrypted and hacked.

In contrast, CloudFish developed a proprietary technology that encrypts the digital enterprise assets like documents, emails, IPAs, crypto-currencies etc. It then splits the encryption key into millions of pieces and distribute it on block-chain thereby making it virtually impossible for a hacker to decrypt
and steal the sensitive data. The dynamic key split and reconstruction mechanism on block-chain is a proprietary technology of Cloudfish for which a patent is in-progress.

1. ICO website
cloud-fish.io

2. White paper
cloud-fish.io/CloudFishWhitepaper.pdf
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July 14, 2018, 01:38:03 PM
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Looks interesting, I will read the WP soon.
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July 14, 2018, 01:41:45 PM
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CloudFish is a startup backed by GeorgiaTech's accelerator in the United States. CloudFish developed a security platform that enables companies and individual users to secure their assets stored in the cloud using blockchain technology. it use machine learning algorithms to automate threat detection and control before it becomes a risk to the security of users’ assets.

Unlike the encryption-based cloud security solutions available in the market, CloudFish is using an innovative approach to secure data that leverages the block-chain technology. Traditional encryption-based security product available in the market, encrypt user data and store the encryption keys on cloud servers. This approach secures data in most cases. However, if the cloud server that stores the encryption keys is itself hacked then the users’ stored information can be decrypted and hacked.

In contrast, CloudFish developed a proprietary technology that encrypts the digital enterprise assets like documents, emails, IPAs, crypto-currencies etc. It then splits the encryption key into millions of pieces and distribute it on block-chain thereby making it virtually impossible for a hacker to decrypt
and steal the sensitive data. The dynamic key split and reconstruction mechanism on block-chain is a proprietary technology of Cloudfish for which a patent is in-progress.

1. ICO website
cloud-fish.io

2. White paper
cloud-fish.io/CloudFishWhitepaper.pdf




CloudFish’s technology is backed by renowned researchers in the cloud security space. CloudFish is an official member of Georgia Institute of Technology’s ATDC Accelerate program. The security platform developed by CloudFish is integrated with major cloud services vendors including Dropbox, Google Drive, Box and Microsoft OneDrive.
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