Strong data security without sacrificing data mobility.

Absio’s software-defined, Serverless Encryption™ technology is an easy-to-implement, flexible encryption solution that protects any form of data throughout its life cycle—from creation to deletion, everywhere it exists—without having to manage keys and certificates, add hardware, or rely on a third-party service.

Absio Technology

Easily build encryption into your software applications

Originally developed to secure intelligence information in a battlefield environment, Absio’s software-defined, Serverless Encryption™ technology functions across platforms and devices without requiring a connection to a central server, providing strong data security without sacrificing data mobility. A simple API enables software developers with no cryptography expertise to quickly and inexpensively add data encryption to legacy and new applications with a few lines of code. Absio's flexible architecture can support virtually any data security use case, dramatically expanding the operating environments and use cases for encryption.


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Object-level data encryption and decryption without calling a central server

Object-level metadata available wherever the data goes (e.g., classification, audit history, policies, etc.)

Automatic public key infrastructure and portable server application enables secure content sharing, backup and synchronization

Obfuscating file store enables keys and content to be stored locally to improve performance and offline access without putting data at risk

Absio technology is implemented through software development kits (SDKs) that developers with no data security experience can integrate into their new and existing software applications with a few lines of code. Check out our secure email sample application.


What if there was a breach and nobody cared? It's time to rethink data security.

No amount of investment in cybersecurity can prevent breaches. In a world where data is becoming increasingly mobile, it is fundamentally impossible to ensure no one can access your data. Traditionally, cybersecurity solutions have focused on protecting the environment where data is stored, and the connections through which data is transmitted. While this form of security is necessary, a data breach by definition indicates that the environment where data is stored or the medium through which it has been transmitted has been compromised. Protecting data requires us to change the nature of the data itself, not just its environment.

It’s not about the networks, it’s about the data. It’s the data that’s valuable, and it’s the data that’s risky.
— Gus Hunt, former CTO, CIA (2012)
De-Risking Unstructured Data