According to Gartner, data classification and protection are placed among the top security projects through 2021, but most data classification implementations continue to be unexpectedly complex and fail to produce practical results. Therefore, CISOs and information security leaders should simplify schemas, by leveraging tools that allow for implementation flexibility to make data classification valuable for the entire organisation.
To address regional customer challenges related to analysing, organising, and protecting structured or unstructured data, CyberKnight has extended its strategic distribution relationship with HelpSystems to bring data classification platforms to the market: Titus and Boldon James. This addition became possible through both companies’ acquisition by HelpSystems, a provider of cybersecurity and automation solutions.
The data classification technologies offered by Titus and Boldon James make sure sensitive information is classified properly and secured. They work in lockstep with HelpSystems’ Clearswift DLP, e-mail and web security solutions to protect data at every stage of its lifecycle whether it resides on premise or in the cloud.
“Titus and Boldon James are trusted by thousands of organisations around the world including those in financial services, manufacturing, military, and government. Adding these renowned technologies to our portfolio will help companies in the Middle East with their DLP projects since data classification is fundamental to reducing false positives and ensuring a successful deployment. We are excited to enhance our strategic relationship with HelpSystems to improve the security posture and meet the intensifying regulatory requirements of customers in the region.” commented Avinash Advani, Founder and CEO at CyberKnight.
“We are delighted to expand our partnership with CyberKnight, now giving organisations in the Middle East access to the market-leading data classification suites. We are confident that we will continue to drive business growth with CyberKnight through their regional coverage, deep-rooted channel partnerships, enterprise and government customer advisory relationships, and strong cybersecurity expertise,” said Gideon Wilkins, EMEA Partner Manager, HelpSystems.