Nearly a year after HUB Security engaged with Israel’s Ministry of Defense, the quantum-backed technology is now available to public and private organizations in the United States 

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Dec. 2, 2022 — Cloud security concerns have grown, requiring new technology to solve those issues. Google Cloud recently endorsed Confidential Computing as a method of securing workloads in public clouds.  HUB Security (TASE: HUB), a developer of Confidential Computing cybersecurity solutions and services , has expanded its Quantum Secured Cloud Workspace offering to the U.S. for private and public use.

In January, Israel’s Ministry of Defense selected HUB Security’s Quantum Secured Cloud Workspace to better protect its clients working with sensitive data in the recently launched government public cloud, Nimbus. 

Quantum Secured Cloud Workspace creates quantum encryption keys that are managed and stored within HUB Security’s Confidential Compute platform, protecting any organization’s or government’s core assets within the cloud environment. With Gartner forecasting a 20.7% growth in public cloud end-user spending in 2023, this emerging technology can ensure that growth is secure.

“Our work with Israel’s MOD shows that even governments are increasing their use of public clouds and we have created a solution that can keep nations’ sensitive data well-protected,” said Alon Saban, EVP Cybersecurity at HUB Security. “Data privacy has become a top priority around the globe, and our solution can now help both the public and private sector here in the U.S. to achieve the highest level of protection.”

This unique offering is built for all facets of Google Workspace —Docs, Sheets, Slides, Meet, and more — keeping data fully encrypted using quantum generated keys. It supports client-side encryption integration, with user authentication based on the customer’s identity provider (IdP), as well as IdP applications and functionality running in a secure execution environment. The encryption keys, user authentication data, and quantum technologies are all stored within the HUB vault — a confidential compute sandbox.

HUB Security’s Confidential Computing platform is at the core of what the Quantum World Congress aims to shine a light on. Quantum Secured Cloud Workspace was demonstrated at the Congress this past week.

About HUB Security

HUB Cyber Security (Israel) Limited (“HUB”) was established in 2017 by veterans of the 8200 and 81 elite intelligence units of the Israeli Defense Forces. The company specializes in unique Cyber Security solutions protecting sensitive commercial and government information. The company debuted an advanced encrypted computing solution aimed at preventing hostile intrusions at the hardware level while introducing a novel set of data theft prevention solutions. HUB operates in over 30 countries and provides innovative cybersecurity computing appliances as well as a wide range of cybersecurity services worldwide.