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Skyscape Cloud Services Announces Strategic Partnership With DeepSecure
Skyscape Cloud Services Limited, the easy to adopt, easy to use and easy to leave cloud services company, has today announced its strategic partnership with DeepSecure, the software provider specialising in enabling the secure sharing of information. 

Originally focused on developing products for SECRET and TOP SECRET security requirements, DeepSecure now helps public sector organisations meet compliance requirements, and protect data when moving to the cloud and when sharing sensitive information.

Skyscape's customers will now benefit from DeepSecure's ‘Guards', an assured family of cross-domain products offering advanced, self-defending and scalable solutions for information sharing across common business applications and protocols. This added capability will form an integral part of many solutions developed and delivered on Skyscape's Assured Cloud Platform, demonstrating Skyscape's ongoing commitment to delivering secure cloud services to UK public sector organisations, which have significant data protection requirements.

"We're delighted to announce our partnership with DeepSecure, a likeminded company with a significant track record when it comes to helping organisations share data securely," said Simon Hansford, CEO of Skyscape Cloud Services. "DeepSecure is certainly a good cultural fit for us as a fellow UK sovereign SME that specialises in delivering secure digital services to the UK public sector. The firm also shares our commitment to offering a consumption-based pricing model for its security services, which aligns with our own pay-as-you-go model for our full catalogue of assured cloud services."

Skyscape's Head of Compliance and Information Assurance, John Godwin, and DeepSecure's CEO, Robin King, will present a joint session, ‘Hey you, want to come onto my cloud?' at Infosecurity Europe in London on Wednesday 3rd June at 4pm. This will explore how cloud migration for sensitive systems can be achieved whilst meeting the requirements of compliance, risk management and accreditation.

Published Wednesday, June 03, 2015 6:40 AM by David Marshall
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