|Series A, 12/2010 |
|Private Equity, 1/2012 ||$2M|
|Venture Round, 1/2013 ||$4.06M|
Gazzang provides data security solutions and expertise to help enterprises protect sensitive information and maintain performance in big data and cloud environments. Gazzang technology enables SaaS vendors, health care organizations, financial institutions, public sector agencies and more to meet regulatory compliance initiatives, secure personally identifiable information and prevent unauthorized access to sensitive data and systems. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas and backed by Austin Ventures and Silver Creek Ventures.
Gazzang’s mission is to develop products that keep data secure, available and actionable in the cloud. Our solutions secure big data and any other application or database that runs on Linux, and provide high-performance monitoring, alerting and analysis of cloud environments. Gazzang also offers a universal key and secrets manager as a service to protect your most important corporate information.
Securing the Big Data Lifecycle VideoAdded: 12/16/13
Data encryption and key management are vital to ensuring your big data platform is secure and are necessary for meeting data security requirements associated with HIPAA, PCI, FERPA and European Union regulations.Added: 12/16/13
Gazzang CloudEncrypt™ encrypts data in-flight and at-rest throughout every step of the Amazon EMR process. The unique solution also enables customers to maintain control and ownership of the massive volumes of encryption keys generated in the cloud.
Gazzang zNcrypt transparently encrypts and secures data at rest without any changes to your applications or database and ensures there is minimal performance lag in the encryption or decryption process. Advanced key management and process-based access controls enable organizations to meet compliance regulations and ensure unauthorized parties or malicious actors never gain access to the encrypted data.
Gazzang zTrustee™ is a key and certificate manager that stores and manages cryptographic keys, certificates, configuration files, tokens and any other “opaque object” an enterprise maintains to secure its most sensitive data.
In this video, Gazzang CTO, Dustin KIrkland explains how companies can use Gazzang zTrustee to securely store encryption keys, tokens, passwords and other authentication strings.