Nasuni Offers Bounty to Break Encryption in the Cloud

November 19, 2013

TechTargetCloud storage startup Nasuni has issued a challenge some might see as a straw man. It is betting $5,000 that nobody can decrypt a file that has been secured and stored on Amazon Web Services’ Simple Storage Service (S3) using its Nasuni Filer virtual appliance.
Nasuni CEO Andres Rodriguez said he wants to prove that ground-level assumptions about the safety of cloud computing can be relied on. He says that all the other issues around data security aside, companies should know that they can at least rely on modern encryption to work, no matter where a file resides.

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