GSMA Mobile 360 Series event , Mobile Privacy & Security, to be held in The Hague 23rd to 24th May 2017.
LONDON, UK, May 10th, 2017 – Britecloud today announced their acceptance to present and speak at GSMA M360 Mobile Privacy & Security event in The Hague with their partners in world-class data security, encryption and control Absio
The GSMA represents interests of mobile operators worldwide, uniting nearly 800 operators with almost 300 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem. So the timing and focus on Mobile Privacy & Security will undoubtedly capture the zeitgeist.
It is nigh on impossible to miss the raft of news articles about corporate hacks, customer data loss and reputational damage filling media channels – summary of cyber attacks originating from phishing here
Moreover, upcoming regulation changes such as the introduction in May 2018 of the General Data Protection Regulations in the EU (GDPR – http://www.eugdpr.org/) are bringing a new focus on data protection, data privacy and cyber security to both organisations within, and those globally who trade with, the EU.
Together, Absio and Britecloud offer a unique response for organisations facing these and other challenges. Challenges such as operational pain points presented by out-of-control file and data creation originating from legacy systems. Systems where ‘Privacy by Design’ may not have been implemented from the outset (Information Commissioners Office – Privacy by Design).
With a wealth of industry experience in Microsoft platforms, and projects to bring order to structured and unstructured data, Britecloud is uniquely positioned to support organisations already on the road to GDPR compliance and improved information security generally.
Britecloud partners with the most cutting edge vendors in this space and see Absio technology as pivotal in delivering next-generation, object-level encryption, security and control to organisational data.
Absio Dispatch, an application originally designed to secure army intelligence in the theatre of war, is now available commercially to bring military-grade data security, encryption and control to organisations interested in securing and controlling their data everywhere, all the time and on any device.
In addition the core, patented technology upon which Dispatch is built is now available as a multi-language software development kit (SDK) to organisations everywhere – Absio SDK for Object-Level Data Security, Encryption and Control
David Kruger, VP Business Development – Absio Corporation (M360 | LinkedIn), will be speaking at the session ‘Resilient Enterprise Networks for Privacy & Compliance‘ on Wednesday 24th May, 09:00 – 10:30am.
Interested in speaking one on one with Absio or Britecloud? Why not visit the Britecloud stand in the exhibition hall, 23rd to 24th May.
VP Business Development, Absio
David is a co-founder of Absio has over 35 years of experience in technology consulting, project management and software support.
Chief Executive Officer, Britecloud
Simon is the co-founder and CEO of Britecloud and has over 15 years of experience in technology, software vendor and consulting organisations.
Chief Sales Officer, Britecloud
Mark Adams is the co-founder and CSO of Britecloud with over 25 years experience in the IT sector as a senior business manager focusing on Microsoft Cloud solutions.
About the Author
Simon Wright is the CEO of Britecloud (LinkedIn) a UK software distributor specialising in cloud-based security and productivity solutions that drive value and return-on-investment for organisations of all sizes.
Britecloud recommends ‘Dispatch’ secured email solutions from Absio to reduce the impact of cybercrime on your organisation. For more details visit https://absio.britecloud.com or call +44 (0) 203 876 5221 to discuss how quickly you could start protecting you and your business today.
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