Why Anjuna?

For The CISO and CIO

Anjuna Runtime Security enables you to achieve greater flexibility combined with security. It enables you to securely move sensitive applications and data to the cloud while reducing costs by improving infrastructure utilization. It provides security peace of mind by ensuring secrets stay secret and sensitive applications avoid compromise, both on-premises and in the cloud. Anjuna software establishes a trusted execution environment around legacy and cloud-native applications, allowing trusted applications to run in otherwise untrusted environments, no matter whether they are located in remote locations or in the public cloud.

For Security Architects

Anjuna Runtime Security shrinks the security boundary to surround the individual application and decouples software security from the underlying hardware. By securing the individual application in a trusted execution environment, security architects can rethink and re-architect how they deploy sensitive applications such as secrets and key management. You no longer need to worry about burdensome host access controls and can reduce inflexible security zones. Without any code or DevOps process changes, Anjuna enables existing applications to enjoy runtime security that avoids the possibility of compromising data in use. Using trusted execution environments supported by Inte® SGX and other processors, Anjuna assures the workload integrity through remote attestation so that your sensitive application runs only in the designated target environment.

For The Enterprise

Anjuna Runtime Security establishes trust for applications in the cloud and remote locations with protection providing provable integrity and confidentiality. This provides operational flexibility, enabling sensitive applications to be securely deployed both in the cloud and on premises. Anjuna helps to avoid expensive security zones that result in underutilized hardware. Anjuna’s secure application envelope requires no code or DevOps process changes. With security surrounding the individual application, enterprises can use previously untrusted environments for use cases that range from deploying secrets management in the public cloud, to securely terminating SSL connections, to monetizing algorithmic IP with the confidence that it remains protected and confidential.