Baffle offers a "no code" and "low code" approach to de-identifying, tokenizing
or encrypting your sensitive data.
Baffle Simplifies Data-Centric Encryption
Implementing application encryption is often time consuming, costly and complex. It often requires developer engagement, application code modification, code reviews and a delayed release process. It can break application functionality and most developers hate the work associated with implementing it.
The implementation process involves embedding an SDK in your code, and implementing some type of key exchange method; or worse, obfuscating the key in your code in order to encrypt data at the field level. The process is fraught with errors and after it is completed, you’ll need to go through security architecture review prior to release. And if you change your application, you need to modify the code and go through review again slowing down the application release process.
At Baffle, we believe there’s a simpler way to achieve data-centric protection at the field or record level without all of this overhead. Baffle’s Advanced Data Protection provides a “no code” method for enabling application level encryption using AES encryption. Baffle’s solution provides no code approaches for the following:
- Field Level Database Encryption
- Record Level Encryption
- Tokenization and Format Preserving Encryption (FPE)
- Dynamic Data Masking
- Data-Centric File Protection
View our supported encryption modes here.
Watch our five minute video on how we simplify all the complex aspects on implementing encryption.
Baffle delivers a transparent data protection service layer that secures data at the field or file level via a "no code" model. The solution supports tokenization, format preserving encryption (FPE), database and file AES-256 encryption, privacy preserving analytics and access control. As a transparent solution, cloud native services are easily supported with almost no performance impact.
No application code modification
Virtually no performance
Integrates easily into your
AES encryption in memory, in use,