SpiderOak knows that your data is your most valuable asset. We believe that institutions have a right to distribute such knowledge as they see fit. SpiderOak protects you from attack, giving you control over how your information is distributed.
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We merged blockchain with no knowledge cryptography to create solutions that are fundamentally better at securing data.
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Our solutions reduce complexity in the security stack by cutting the attack surface in half. That means more security with less time and fewer people.
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Controlling Identity, Integrity, and Authority.
For the past 10 years, SpiderOak has built software based on a singular, unwavering belief: that the world is a better place if software is trustworthy and secure.
SpiderOak's trusted application platform, SCADA, and IIoT solutions, allow you to leverage our team’s expertise in improving businesses security architecture. Consumer products include end-to-end encrypted backup, group chat, and password management to make your life easier and more secure.
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"Advocates argue it’s worth the effort. They look to services like Kansas City-based SpiderOak. It gives you a place to remotely store things in the cloud, much like Google Drive or Dropbox. While you can encrypt files you store almost anywhere, SpiderOak couldn’t get into your files if it wanted to because only its customers hold the code-busting keys that make them readable."
— The Kansas City Star
"Enter Semaphor. Think of it as Slack's privacy-savvy and slightly paranoid younger cousin. It's the brainchild of SpiderOak, the same company whose backup product Edward Snowden recommended as a Dropbox alternative a few years back. "
"When you say, ‘I have nothing to hide,’ you’re saying, ‘I don’t care about this right.’ You’re saying, ‘I don’t have this right, because I’ve got to the point where I have to justify it.’ The way rights work is, the government has to justify its intrusion into your rights... For one thing, he said you should “get rid of Dropbox,” because it doesn’t support encryption, and you should consider alternatives like SpiderOak."
"(The) team at SpiderOak created Semaphor to solve that very problem: how to get the functionality of Slack while doing everything possible to keep hackers out."
— The Daily Dot
"But Snowden said users should instead use SpiderOak, a storage startup which takes extra security measures such as not storing users’ passwords…SpiderOak has users encrypt data on their machines – before they send it to the company’s servers. The company maintains it keeps no readable version of users’ passwords or data. "