When security is imperative, a multi-layered, defense-in-depth approach is needed – backed by professionals who are ready to respond at a moment’s notice
Cyber security and data privacy are top concerns for CIOs in 2020, as reported by CIO Magazine. Organizations are increasing their efforts to continuously monitor for security threats, but risks remain in large part due to holes in the security of both the organization itself and its partners. DataBank is committed to playing a vital role in data protection and in offering cost-effective, and secure solutions to protect critical business information. Today, the company announced its partnership with CyberSecure IPS, the global leader in Unified Cyber-Physical Protection. This brings Layer-1 Cyber Physical Security options to those requiring the most stringent security, as well as those needing to adhere to the strictest compliance requirements including FedRAMP, FISMA, HIPAA/HITECH, PCI-DSS, SSAE 18 and GDPR. DataBank’s multi-layered defense provides comprehensive protection with a dedicated staff of security engineers and a seasoned Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).
“We anticipate wide adoption for government, healthcare, and financial services industries as physical security becomes a top priority,” say’s Mark Houpt, CISO.
“CyberSecure IPS is successfully delivering its Unified Cyber-Physical Protection solutions to some of the largest government and enterprise customers. The trusted Data Center provider is a logical next step for us to accelerate large-scale commercial adoption of our solution set. DataBank is clearly a trusted leader in this market with its emphasis on security and innovation. We are thrilled to be partnering with DataBank and its customers by providing them state-of-the-art protection down to the physical layer in a manner unmatched in the industry,” says Scott C. Rye, CEO and CO-Founder of CyberSecure IPS.
DataBank is taking a lead on security thought leadership as the U.S. government weighs its role in security, privacy and other IT infrastructure considerations. DataBank representatives briefed members of Congress in February 2020, and participated in a panel, “Creating a Secure and Resilient Public Infrastructure”, which included discussion on ransomware, cyber resilience and the need for secure technology in both the public and private sectors.
To consult with one of DataBank’s security experts and to learn more about its suite of services, please contact [email protected].