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Deep Secure Showcases Content Threat Removal

UK company looks to serve India

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UK company looks to serve India

 

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Deep Secure, the Content Threat Removal company, demonstrated its range of products at the cyber week in Singapore to prospective clients in Asia, including India.

Deep Secure’s pioneering technology addresses a gap in the market for simultaneously defeating all content threats – known, unknown (zero-day), and the undetectable – without the need to understand or identify the threats and without isolating the business from them.

“Deep Secure is able to offer organisations unparalleled levels of protection using the Content Threat Removal platform and its Content Transform and Information Extraction capability,” said Deep Secure Chief Executive Officer Dan Turner.

“This is a unique approach as it defeats content threats and fosters productivity by only allowing safe business content to pass through,” he said.

The approach is all the more important to business in Asia and India as major institutions in the region, particularly the financial sector, have been subject to repeated targeted attacks that have completely eluded traditional detection-based cyber defences.

“Across Asia and India, organisations realize they must move beyond conventional cybersecurity detection techniques if they are to combat an elevated threat level and an ever-growing number of highly sophisticated cyberattacks,” said Turner.

Industry analysts KuppingerCole recently cited Deep Secure’s Content Threat Removal platform as an important element in any cybersecurity defence designed to combat zero-day and even undetectable threats concealed in business content and delivered via email, Web or file transfer.

Deep Secure signed a reseller agreement with (GNS) on 24 Sept 2018. Under the terms of the agreement, GNS will resell Deep Secure’s ground-breaking content threat removal technology across across Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

Further agreements in Asia and India are expected to follow shortly, said the UK-based company. fiinews.com

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