Boston, Mass., March 12, 2018– CSPi (NASDAQ: CSPi), a provider of security solutions, packet capture products and IT managed services, announced today that it will be participating at this week’s SecureWorld Cybersecurity Conference in Boston, MA. Showcasing the company’s security portfolio, CSPi’s Gary Southwell will be participating in a panel session “Stopping the Attacks” on Thursday, March 15, where he and other industry experts will speak to challenges modern security teams face and how we can build a better plan for tomorrow.
The SecureWorld Conference will bring together experts across the Cybersecurity industry to discuss the changing threat landscape, newest combative technologies, and opportunities to better protect businesses across all market segments.
CSPi will be showcasing the company’s Myricom® nVoy Series and ARIA™ SDS solutions, which uniquely protect any organization’s most critical data, enterprise-wide – no matter where it is stored, used, or accessed. In addition, these solutions secure highly flexible and DevOps environments, as well as help you meet today’s stringent data privacy requirements, so you avoid any compliance fines.
To learn more about CSPi’s security solutions:
Contact Marketing@CSPi.com to schedule an onsite meeting with our expert security team.
CSPi’s ARIA Software Defined Security (SDS) platform is the only security technology on the market that can achieve uncompromised enterprise wide security by making an organization’s critical data impenetrable to breaches. This patent pending approach of making inevitable data breaches irrelevant brings balance to the requirement to maintain the consistent enforcement of security policies and data protection within a traditional IT infrastructure with the desire for more agile and flexible DevOps practices. The ARIA solution works with any enterprise infrastructure, on-premise, off-premise and in the public cloud, is easy to deploy and typically costs 10x less than other server host based encryption solutions.
About Myricom Series nVoy:
CSPi’s Myricom nVoy Series provides automated breach identification and notification by
ingesting intrusion alerts generated by firewalls, IPS or IDS and automatically matches them against specified critical assets. Upon a verified breach a detailed report pinpointing the impacted or exposed records is immediately dispatched. By having this material early on security teams can conduct an extremely focused breach investigation, and more importantly, it can be concluded in hours versus days or weeks. This is critical in order to comply with data privacy regulations especially stringent breach notification timelines such as those found in HIPPA, PCI DSS, and GDPR.
CSPi (NASDAQ:CSPI) maintains two distinct and dynamic divisions – the High Performance Products, including the Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, and Technology Solutions – with a shared vision for technology excellence. CSPi’s cybersecurity solutions protect an organization’s critical assets to minimize, or remove, the impact of the inevitable data breach. Our ARIA Software Defined Security platform solves the complexities associated with securing devops environments, while our Myricom nVoy Series appliances provide automated breach identification and notification, enabled by the 10G dropless packet capture inherent in our Myricom® ARC intelligent adapters. CSPi’s Technology Solutions division helps clients achieve their business goals and accelerate time to market through innovative IT solutions and security services by partnering with best in class technology providers. For organizations that want the benefits of an IT department without the cost, we offer a robust catalog of Managed IT Services providing 24×365 proactive support. Our team of engineers have expertise across majors industries supporting five key technology areas: Advanced Security; Communication and Collaboration; Data Center; Networking and Wireless & Mobility. For more information, please visit cspiweb.staging.wpengine.com
Myricom and ARIA are trademarks of CSP Inc. All other brand names, product names, or trademarks belong to their respective owners.
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