Security at Pi®


The trend of production and storage of sensitive business-critical data has never is rapidly increasing and Pi is committed to eliminating even the slightest chances of getting such important data exposed to external and internal threats.

Pi leverages the SolidWall technology to restrict user commands and implements zero trust micro-segmentation to prevent lateral movement and elevation of users. The active exfiltration protection controls the transfer of files, denies data copy by default, demands authentication, and manages the opening/closing of ports.

Optimum Solutions for Different Requirements:


Built on patented SolidWall technology, MicroVault is a secured micro-service aimed at protecting data/processes on servers from external and internal tampering, unauthorized access and destruction. Movement is restrained by containerizing the user into a secure shell/vault, while zero trust segmentation prevents lateral movement and elevation of user accounts.

MicroVault is designed as a native security service that is packaged and operated within a Docker container to provide micro-segment protection of:

  • Database physical files
  • Logical volumes
  • Applications/services
  • Backups/archiving


Built on patented SolidWall technology, DataVault also protects data from theft, tampering, unauthorized access and destruction.

However, in contrast to MicroVault which is built for servers, DataVault is designed as a secure file repository for the executive team, vital business functions, IP protection, and critical backups.

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) services provide user authentication, including One Time Password (OTP), Digital Certificates, Push Notification, and Biometric-based authentication to access business applications without frustrating the users. MFA provides contextual access to privileged accounts, achieve compliance, decrease risk, and streamline administration that enables organizations to detect & prevent identity thefts and privilege rights misuse.

MFA provides an extra layer of security over any application for authorized users thereby fortifying corporate data and producing proof of identity through detailed auditing.

Using MFA, Pi administrators can adapt the level of support needed using contextual information, such as login behavior patterns, geo-location, and type of login system being accessed.

Homomorphic Encryption

To enable computations while guaranteeing data privacy, researchers are focusing on privacy-enabled computations. One of the most promising approaches in this direction is the use of a cryptographic paradigm called Homomorphic Encryption (HE).

With HE, enterprise data is encrypted at all stages of the data life cycle i.e. Data at Rest, Data while in transit, during processing, and at rest.

Pi leverages HE for providing an end to end anonymous secured cloud storage solution to its customers. Pi delivers a unique zero-knowledge, privacy-preserving system where user profiles, user files, and user search text are encrypted but it still supports the users to search and share.

Firewall as a Service

Firewall as a Service (FWaas) truly eliminates the appliance form factor. FWaaS makes firewall services available at all branch locations without the need to install additional hardware. This helps customers to own a global firewall with a single application-aware security policy for the entire organization. Administrative challenges including maintenance, configuration, and policy upgrades require significant efforts that can be eliminated with FWaaS.

FWaaS supports the centralized management of security policies thereby enabling organizations to apply these policies across traffic from all locations and across all users, with an improved end-user experience.

SOC as a Service with SIEM

SOC-as-a-service puts (SOCaaS) dedicated security engineers in charge of monitoring the network activity of the customer businesses.Apart from helping in asset ranking, Pi’s Security Operations Center (SOC) engineers share vital security updates and regular reports for assessing the real-time state of the network activities. With SOCaaS, companies can cut down on the expenses typically associated with cybersecurity yet enjoy advanced protections from cyber intrusions.

The Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), used for offering SOCaaS, uses machine and human elements to analyze millions of events in real time. The tool can generate alerts, reports, and threat assessment. The tool ensures advanced protection against perimeter and insider threats, advanced intelligent gathering, and planning & awareness training.

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