WASHINGTON (May 12, 2022) – Virtru is the latest company to join the Alliance for Digital Innovation (ADI), which works to bring state-of-the-art information technology to government for enhanced efficiency and security. As a leader in data security and inventor of the Trusted Data Format, Virtru’s data encryption expertise will help ADI strengthen the nation’s cyber defenses while reducing unnecessary compliance burdens on solution providers.
“We are thrilled to add Virtru to our organization’s growing membership,” said ADI Executive Director Ross Nodurft. “Virtru brings encryption technology to the public sector market at a time when both mission owners and enterprise operators are leveraging this technology to protect mission-critical data. ADI looks forward to working together with Virtru to break down the policy barriers to enable public sector officials to access critical encryption technologies.”
Virtru empowers organizations to easily and securely share information while maintaining complete control of their data at all times. More than 7,000 global customers trust Virtru to power their Zero Trust strategies and safeguard critical data in accordance with the world’s strictest security standards. Creators of the open, IC-standard TDF (Trusted Data Format), Virtru equips organizations to protect and respect the data, adding a layer of encryption and Zero Trust Data Control that travels with the data, everywhere it goes.
”When private- and public-sector organizations join forces to innovate together, powerful things happen: We can solve problems quickly, overcome legacy challenges, and fortify our national security,” said Virtru’s Co-Founder and CEO, John Ackerly. “As a longtime partner to the intelligence community and dozens of federal, state, and local government agencies, Virtru is proud to join the Alliance for Digital Innovation to help public-sector organizations secure the critical, sensitive data our nation depends on.”