CryptoMove provides moving target data protection solutions for microservices and multi-cloud. Our cloud-native Key Vault becomes more robust with scale to simplify secrets management for modern DevOps workflows. As the world’s first data protection platform to utilize globally patented moving target defense (MTD) principles for entropy and randomness, our B2B clients can manage their secrets seamlessly, integrate with their core business systems programmatically, and achieve unparalleled data security to avoid detection by attackers.
CryptoMove use cases have been developed by leading institutions, including the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) via its Silicon Valley Innovation Program, the Air Force via AFWERX, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) via its Global Smart Cities Challenge. Users of CryptoMove include Fortune 500 financial services, insurance, technology, healthcare, entertainment, and other organizations. In 2018, CryptoMove was selected by Amazon as one of the top ten startups showcased during AWS re:Invent. CryptoMove is backed by top-tier VCs including Social Capital, Tim Draper’s Draper Associates fund, Pathbreaker Ventures, and Red Dog Capital. Angel investors include Google’s CISO as well as founders, security leaders, and early investors from Palantir, FireEye, Palo Alto Networks, Facebook, Cisco, and others. CryptoMove is headquartered in Oakland, California.
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Featuring Phil Peters and Andy Bridle
When your organisation has a lot of history, making changes to embrace new practices can be hard. Cloud adoption and DevOps can’t be successful with automation and technical tooling alone; it requires changes in how people work together and communicate. Ordnance Survey is an organisation with...cloud dx devops
How We Broke the World Record for Computing Digits of Pi (31.4 trillion!)
Featuring Emma Haruka Iwao
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Lightning Talk: Discovery, Consul and Inversion of Control for the infrastructure
Featuring Pierre Souchay
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Featuring Yan Cui
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Featuring Aubrey Stearn
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Keynote: Introducing Ecstasy: A Cloud Native, General Purpose Programming Language
Featuring Gene Gleyzer and Cameron Purdy
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Featuring Alissa Bonas
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