79 years ago, Prohibition. Today, entrepreneurs embody some of that bootlegging spirit to get companies off the ground.
If someone is trying to break into your enterprise, it's likely because they want your data. Companies are calling for cloud encryption, and Andreessen-Horowitz is joining the chorus by investing $30 million into cloud encryption company CipherCloud.
Vaultive, which encrypts data before its gets stored in the cloud, just announced a second round of funding for $10 million.
Many companies are still hesitant about using cloud services due to security concerns. Vaultive wants to calm those fears …