Why Lattice?

The power to say yes to collaboration

The way people work will continue to evolve as they adopt new methods of creating and sharing ideas. Cloud providers like AWS, Google and Azure along with agile development techniques allow companies to rapidly deliver new work and collaboration experiences which previously would have taken years to create.
 
This new paradigm, as empowering as it is, vastly increases the vectors for data leakage, whether unintentional or malicious, and as such represents an unchecked risk for sensitive data loss. The Lattice Security platform addresses this challenge by classifying sensitive data at the point of creation and managing its use throughout the data’s life cycle.

The trends...

People work from anywhere

Savings over $700 billion

For over 70% of employees the ability to telecommute will be important in choosing their next job

Data creation is exploding

2.5 quintillion bytes of data created daily

90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone

Technology is not a barrier

85% of new software is being built for cloud

73% of companies are planning to move to a fully software-defined data center within 2 years

... and the resulting risks

Human error

3850000dollars

dollars

Average cost of a data breach caused by human error

System glitch

3990000dollars

dollars

Average cost of a data breach caused by a system glitch

Hackers

4770000dollars

dollars

Average cost of a data breach caused by hackers & insiders

So, why Lattice?

Granular protection

Lattice guarantees granular protection, down to the paragraph, sentence, or cell level across any application

Advanced machine learning algorithms

Lattice uses Machine Leaning and Artificial intelligence to classify content

Easy to deploy

Deploying Lattice is as easy as downloading an app

Easy to integrate

Based on an API approach, Lattice is designed to be easily embedded within applications

We envision a world where everyone is empowered to work where and when they want.

We want to protect ideas and educate users