IronCore Labs Announces New Data Privacy Product Features

Businesses with sensitive customer data look to IronCore Labs to empower application developers with SDKs for easy-to-implement encryption and customer managed keys.

IronCore Labs, the data control and privacy platform, announced several new product features that build on the company’s two core products: the Data Control Platform and SaaS Shield.

“We’ve been hard at work to build new features based on customer feedback and industry demand,” Patrick Walsh, CEO of IronCore Labs, said. “Our two big product announcements today are key features that differentiate us in the data privacy industry.”

The IronCore team recently launched the IronOxide Android SDK, which allows customers to integrate IronCore’s privacy toolkit into Android applications to control sensitive data.

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Encrypted search is now available in beta for select customers, allowing companies to encrypt sensitive personally identifiable information while maintaining the usability of that data.

“Launching our Android SDK is a big step toward getting data control into the hands of everyone and every device,” Walsh said. “We’re also excited about making encrypted data more usable with our new encrypted search feature. We’re able to keep a server from knowing what was searched and what matched the search. These are product updates that our customers can see immediate benefits from.”

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Data Privacy for All Tech Companies

Founded out of a desire to make the world a safer place, IronCore Labs has spent five years reimagining what data privacy and security should look like in tech.

“We believe data privacy starts with knowing where data is, who has access and controlling that access,” Walsh said. “Data can no longer be protected by assumptions of perimeter security. Holding sensitive data has moral, ethical and legal obligations to protect it, and to do that, you must start from the data, build the protection into your applications and fix the problem at its heart.”

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