Theom Utilizes Hedera Consensus Service to Help Organizations Establish Auditable Zero Trust Data Security

Cloud Data Protection provider leverages HCS to ensure no data leaves customer’s environment and there is a provable record for every data risk.

Theom, a fully managed Cloud Data Protection Platform that empowers enterprises to protect their data in the cloud, has integrated with the Hedera Consensus Service (HCS) to create a tamper-proof, auditable event log, ensuring any action taken on data by Theom or cloud providers is provable.

Theom is a fully managed Cloud Data Protection Platform that empowers enterprises to establish Zero Trust practices for data protection by providing complete visibility into their data environment, real-time detection of risks, and expert remediation guidance to avoid data breaches before they happen. Theom’s agentless managed solution is fully optimized to support AWS (data stores), Snowflake, Envoy/Nginx/Kubernetes (APIs), Kafka/RabbitMQ (Message queues) and other cloud data services.

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Critical business data is protected using Theom’s platform and remediation actions. As such, Theom needed a cost-effective, scalable way for customers to verify the integrity of data accessible by the platform publicly, ensuring that customer data has not been compromised. The ‘shared responsibility’ nature and model of cloud platforms means that customers of Theom need a solution to log, trust, and verify any action taken on their data by Theom.

Theom’s requirement of trust for enterprise data security and access

Theom performs threat analysis and risk detection on customer data residing across various interconnected cloud providers and SaaS applications belonging to the customer without the data ever leaving the customer’s jurisdiction. Some of this data is highly sensitive — it’s important to Theom’s customers that data never leaves and is never manipulated. Customers find value in a trusted third-party determining whether their cloud provider or SaaS application is honest.

“Trust at scale with our customers was a significant problem to be solved, especially considering the sensitive nature of their data,” said Navindra Yadav, Co-Founder and CEO at Theom. “It was important that we bring the greatest degree of integrity and transparency to our platform.”

Theom evaluated various public ledgers and smart contract platforms to power this component of their application but took issue with expensive transaction fees, low throughput, and poor performance with these options.

“As we expect to push thousands of transactions a day through a public ledger at scale, we needed a solution that could handle our needs both today and as we grow,” continued Yadav. “The Hedera Consensus Service was an obvious choice for our use case — the high-velocity of user-generated and machine-generated events could not cost-effectively be recorded on other public ledgers or using smart contracts. Theom adopting Hedera has increased customer trust, bolstered our value proposition, and improved acquisition and retention.”

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