Skyflow expands its regional footprint as it adds generative AI support to its data privacy tooling
Skyflow, a data-privacy startup, announced Friday that it has expanded the number of markets where it offers data residency support for companies that need to keep certain information inside defined borders. In today’s market, you probably can’t keep EU customer data in, say, South America and vice versa, so companies need to take care to keep certain information at home in the market where it was sourced from.
Skyflow started life as a tool to help companies store personally identifying information, or PII, in a secure manner. Its API helps companies “handle all the difficult privacy, encryption and data issues of storing PII and other forms of potentially radioactive data for its customers,” we wrote when we last covered the company.