Cloud data security company Vaultive said that Yale Law School has selected the company´s Cloud Data Security Platform to maintain control of its sensitive client communications as part of a university-wide move to Microsoft Office 365.
Vaultive´s cloud security technology prevents anyone outside of the university, including Microsoft, from decrypting and accessing cloud-hosted email data.
Located in New Haven, Connecticut, Yale Law School offers world renowned faculty, small classes, limitless opportunities for clinical training, and strong encouragement of public service.
Vaultive enables organizations to move securely to the cloud. The Vaultive Cloud Data Security Platform encrypts data before it goes to the cloud and gives sole custody of the encryption keys to the customer. Vaultive is headquartered in Boston with research and development in Tel Aviv.