Cyber Security News – GeoLang and SecureData
UK companies GeoLang Ltd and SecureData Ltd today announced a channel partnership that will add a new dimension to SecureData’s cybersecurity portfolio with the addition of GeoLang’s Data Loss Prevention (DLP) and Classification technology platform, Ascema.
GeoLang’s Ascema solution enables customers to benefit from the ability to extend the robust DLP and Classification security features that the Ascema platform already delivers on premise and cloud to legacy IT infrastructure and bespoke enterprise applications.
Ascema stands alone as an application level DLP solution but also provides clients that have already invested in traditional DLP solutions the next level of real time content level protection – securing unstructured data, PCI and PII within and beyond the enterprise perimeter. Ascema’s highly innovative DLP platform is further supported by powerful machine learning algorithms that make automated classification not only a reality but easily deployed for a transparent DLP and classification solution.
Ascema extends traditional DLP providers capability into cloud applications and can protect sensitive content down to the level of a sentence across enterprise authorised applications such as O365, GDrive, Gmail, Box and Alfresco. GeoLang recently announced a technology partnership with Gartner listed DLP provider Clearswift, whom also partner with SecureData.
“We are extremely pleased to be working with such an experienced industry partner as SecureData in the provision of the latest in DLP and Classification technology,” said Dr Debbie Garside, CEO of GeoLang. “Being able to partner with a leading British company within the Cyber security channel marketplace is a great opportunity to demonstrate the innovation and leadership UK companies are providing in the global information security space”.
Etienne Greeff, CTO and Founder at SecureData, said “We look for innovative companies to work with to provide next generation solutions which solve real business problems. GeoLang’s award winning Ascema platform stands alone as a DLP and Classification solution but also adds value to our more traditional DLP solutions. Ascema has a strong cloud DLP capability as well as on premise and endpoint modules and is the only DLP platform that can be licensed for 3rd party integration into legacy or bespoke systems – finally connecting the dots in enterprise DLP. Regulatory requirements are now really driving information security into the Board Room and there is a need for more agile and accessible DLP and classification solutions. We are delighted to be working with GeoLang to bring these solutions to our customers and look forward to showcasing the Ascema technology as part of our ‘Kill the Noise’ technology roadshow*.”
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GeoLang is a UK based cyber security solution provider whose award winning Ascema platform provides an easily deployed next generation DLP and classification solution. With the unique ability to protect, detect and remediate at a True Content level on premise, across cloud based services and beyond, organisations can now gain real value from open collaboration and information sharing without the fear of losing control of their high value information.
SecureData is one of Europe’s largest independent security service providers, with a 25 year track record of delivering managed services to some of the largest companies in the world. We look beyond point technologies to address cybersecurity as a whole, providing a range of integrated solutions that assess risks, detect threats, protect our customer’s IT assets and respond to security incidents.
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By Natasha Euston |28/10/16 | GeoLang News