"Data security is vital to both private and public organizations in this day in age. Every day across this nation, commercial and public sector information and email systems are being targeted for attack by criminal and terrorist organizations, foreign governments and individuals seeking to cause embarrassment and harm. These hackers seek to disrupt the operational capabilities of their target or to acquire its most sensitive data. When these systems are successfully breached the security, operations and brand of the impacted organization could be irreparably harmed. In order to thwart hackers from accessing sensitive information, the data itself must be secure," Cohen said. "Encryptics offers an easy to use and effective solution that helps customers protect their most sensitive information and provides peace of mind knowing their data is secure. I look forward to helping them expand their presence in the cybersecurity landscape."
Prior to joining Encryptics, Cohen served as the Principal Deputy and Acting Under-Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis and Coordinator for Counterterrorism at the
"John's expertise in homeland security, law enforcement operations and policy make him a tremendous asset to Encryptics," said Chief Executive Officer
Encryptics' solutions combine strong data protection with Trusted Peer to Peer™ Data Rights Management (DRM) to prevent unauthorized access to data. In email, DRM gives companies control over who can see their information, whether it can be printed, forwarded, copied or saved, and owners can retrieve access to data in real time. The company also offers the Encryptics Data Protection API that enables secure Data Protection-as-a Service (DPaaS). In total, Encryptics can provide data protection, securing data at its creation, within corporate IT infrastructure, at device, in transit, in use and at rest.
Keywords for this news article include: Encryptics, Information Technology, Information and Data Protection.
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