CSPi (NASDAQ: CSPI), a provider of IT hardware, professional and managed IT services, security solutions and packet capture solutions, announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named CSPi to its 2018 Emerging Vendors List in the Security category.
CSPi, a provider of IT managed services, security solutions and packet capture products, today announced that it has closed on the sale of its Germany operations (CSPi GmbH, Technology Solutions) to European IT service provider and media conglomerate Reply (MTA, STAR: REY) for €10.0 million in cash (approximately $11.7 million at current exchange rates).
CSPi, a provider of IT solutions, IT professional services , managed IT services, security services and packet capture solutions, today announces that its Technology Solutions division, based in Deerfield Beach, Florida was recently named one of Florida’s Best Companies To Work For.
CSPi (NASDAQ: CSPI) a provider of IT hardware, professional and managed IT services, security services and packet capture solutions, announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named, CSPi’s Technology Solutions division, based in Deerfield Beach, FL to its 2018 Solution Provider 500 list.
CSPi, a provider of security services and packet capture solutions, IT hardware, as well as professional and managed services, today announces that Netanium has joined CSPi’s global network of resellers and distributors of its security products. A logical partner for CSPi, Netanium is a premier provider of information security consulting and integration services. Both CSPi and Netanium place a strong focus on securing and protecting an organization's most critical assets in order to meet strict data privacy regulations.
It’s no longer data privacy vs network security. Data privacy regulations like GDPR and customer data breaches have joined privacy and security efforts at the hip. Data security is now moving to the top of the agenda, with companies paying more attention to getting a handle on what data they have, how to encrypt it, rolling out more granular access controls, and upgrading monitoring and auditing capabilities. CSPi’s Gary Southwell speaks to advising organizations that with concrete proof, through detailed level reporting, that accessed data was properly encrypted, means that a reporting the breach is not required.
Gary Southwell contributed to the conversation of how Google is lacking in GDPR support. Organizations point to Google's requirements that publishers collect consent and assume liability as some of the many issues.