CloudFish developed a security platform that enables companies and individual users to secure their assets stored in the cloud using blockchain technology. it use machine learning algorithms to automate threat detection and control before it becomes a risk to the security of users’ assets. Instead of relying on a single private key stored on a server that can be hacked or stolen, CloudFish developed a unique technology that splits the users’ private security key into millions of fragments and store it in blockchain thereby making it impossible for someone to steal or hack the key. The dynamic construction of encryption keys using blockchain provides a fool-proof mechanism to secure the digital assets like documents, files, emails etc. and crypto-currency keys stored in the cloud. CloudFish’s technology is backed by renowned researchers in the cloud security space. CloudFish is an official member of Georgia Institute of Technology’s ATDC Accelerate program. The security platform developed by CloudFish is integrated with major cloud services vendors including Dropbox, Google Drive, Box and Microsoft OneDrive. The company announced its plan to extend its product’s integration to Amazon Web Services (AWS), Salesforce.com and IBM Cloud.