Data Security &
Privacy for AI

Cape empowers developers to confidentially process sensitive data with vision, voice and language models.


Use CapeChat powered by GPT-4, or other public LLM’s with your confidential documents, while keeping any sensitive data private and secure.


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Encrypt and process your mouse movements securely and privately

Establishing a secure connection to the Cape Enclave

Verifying the integrity of the enclave

Processing the encrypted data

Move your mouse around here to generate coordinates. Imagine those movements as your private data.

The x,y coordinates of your mouse movements are encrypted in real-time. The data is encrypted directly client-side, in your browser.

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Process the encrypted data

Your security partner

Security, it’s what we do

Cape's secure enclaves provide secure compute environments for building apps and protecting intellectual property, with encrypted data and code that are destroyed once processed.

Protect Your Users' Data

Encrypt sensitive and regulated data at the point of entry and keep it protected even during processing

Protect Your Code

Deploy functions containing proprietary algorithms, models, and secrets while keeping your intellectual property confidential

What happens in Cape, stays in Cape

With Cape, your data and your code are encrypted in a way that can only be processed within one of Cape's secure enclaves. Cape’s secure enclaves are isolated compute environments, with no storage, no networking, and no shell access. No one can see what a secure enclave is processing. Once your function runs, the result is encrypted, and the enclave is destroyed, leaving no trace of the data or code even in memory.

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User data is sent through a secure channel to a secure enclave where a deployed function processes the users code.
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Built for developers

Flexible, easy to use APIs

Cape empowers developers to build secure applications which protect the underlying data and code from the cloud.

import { Cape } from '@capeprivacy/cape-sdk';

const cape = new Cape({
authToken: 'eyJhbGciOiJSU0FfUFNTX1NIQV8yNTJ0eXAiOiJKV1QifQ...',

const data = `International modern architecture, also known as the
International Style, emerged in the early 20th century as a response
to the traditional architectural styles that were prevalent at the
time. It is characterized by the use of industrial materials such as
steel, glass, and concrete, as well as the absence of ornamentation
and historical references. The movement was influenced by the work of
architects such as Le Corbusier, Walter Gropius, and Mies van der
Rohe, who believed in the importance of functional design, simplicity,
and the use of new materials and technologies. International modern
architecture had a significant impact on the design of buildings and
structures around the world, and its legacy can still be seen in many
contemporary architectural styles.`

const encryptedData = await cape.encrypt(data);
// => cape:eyJhbGciOiJkaXIiLCJlbmMiOiJBMjU2R0NNIi...

const result = await{
id: 'capedocs/summarize',
data: encryptedData,

// => International modern architecture, or the International Style,
// emerged in the early 20th century as a response to traditional
// styles, utilizing industrial materials and eschewing ornamentation
// and historical references. Key architects like Le Corbusier, Walter
// Gropius, and Mies van der Rohe prioritized functional design and
// new technologies, and the movement's influence is still evident
// in contemporary architecture.
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Recognized by the Industry

Cape Privacy has recently been recognized in Gartner's 2021 AI Trust, Risk & Security Management (TRISM) Market Guide, 451 Group's Encryption-In-Use Report, Matt Turck's 2021 & 2023 MAD Landscape, and was named a 2021 RSA Innovation Sandbox Finalist.