Cloud-based backup systems? There's a lot of them out there.
Cloud-based backup systems to which the Service Provider has no access? There's fewer of those. The difference is that the data owner holds the keys. No-one learns anything from data stored by Marpx Privacy™ Level Three customers on the Service Provider's site.
Cloud-based backup systems to which the Service Provider has no access AND there are a great many possible keys? We are talking of the security offered by patternless content when there are 78 billion keys in the public product. MarpX Privacy™ for Government starts at 3.5 trillion possible unique keys, and rises out of sight when the restraints are fully removed from our Extreme Encryption. There are NO cloud-based backup systems like that out there right now.
Cloud-based backup systems to which the Service Provider has no access AND there a are great many possible keys AND authorized people can search or research the full text of every backed-up file, no matter how large the archive? There's NO cloud-based backup systems like that out there, but there should be!
By the way, how about a different key for every file in the archive? Why not?
Sound good? Does your organization have the technical skills, the familiarity with cloud-based storage issues, the integrity, the marketing strength? And, if Extreme Encryption is involved, is your firm American-owned?
If yes, and you would like to talk to us about collaborative possibilities, pick up your phone and call Colonel John Scott at 740 275-4505.