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Enterprises often use multiple cloud providers for various services to avoid vendor lock-in and improve resiliency. With API-based and SDK encryption that is cloud agnostic, organizations can secure their data consistently across different cloud environments. The separation of keys and data with a key syndication service ensures that sensitive data remains protected, regardless of the cloud infrastructure used.

Developers often build applications that run on different platforms, such as web, mobile, and desktop. By utilizing a cloud agnostic encryption solution through APIs and SDKs, developers can ensure that the data remains encrypted and secure, irrespective of the platform used by the end-users.

Many industries, such as healthcare, finance, and government, must adhere to strict data protection regulations. By employing API-based and SDK encryption with a key syndication service, organizations can meet compliance requirements, as sensitive data is encrypted both during storage and transmission.

Cloud-based file sharing and collaboration tools have become prevalent in modern workplaces. To protect sensitive files from unauthorized access, companies can integrate encryption APIs and SDKs that enable end-to-end encryption. This approach ensures data confidentiality and integrity throughout the collaboration process.

Internet of Things (IoT) devices often exchange sensitive data, making them potential targets for cyberattacks. Implementing cloud-agnostic encryption with key separation ensures that IoT data remains encrypted both at rest and in transit, providing a robust security layer for the entire ecosystem.

Databases are repositories of valuable information, making them prime targets for attackers. By integrating encryption through APIs and SDKs, organizations can safeguard their databases from unauthorized access and data breaches. Separating keys from data with a key syndication service adds an extra layer of protection against potential exploits.

Companies involved in content distribution and media streaming can use API-based and SDK encryption to protect intellectual property, confidential media assets, and user data. The cloud agnostic nature of the encryption allows seamless integration with various content delivery networks (CDNs) and cloud storage providers.

For messaging and communication platforms, end-to-end encryption is crucial to protect user privacy and sensitive information. API-based and SDK encryption can ensure that messages and data are encrypted on the client-side and decrypted only by the intended recipients.