Enveil CEO Ellison Anne Williams is featured in this story by SC Magazine
After a dozen years as a senior researcher at the National Security Agency, Ellison Anne Williams left to found and take the CEO title at Enveil, a data protection company that uses homomorphic crypto to protect data interactions including search and analytic. Or, as she puts it, "does cool stuff with massive amounts of data."
The company certainly reached an early milestone when it was named a runner-up in the RSA Conference Innovation Sandbox Contest 2017 for its "pioneering work in data security." It was the youngest company to compete in the competition and was selected from a roster of more than 300 startups. “This is the first time in over 20 years of work into homomorphic encryption that this kind of scale has been achieved,” Williams said at the event.
Fortified with masters degrees in mathematics and computer science, and a Ph.D. in mathematics, Ellison Anne Williams in 2009 authored The Use of Neural Networks in Intrusion Detection.
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