Germany based security solutions' company EgoSecure has entered India with the launch of ‘Egosecure Endpoint' - its solution that integrates protection mechanisms for common devices and data paths within one single solution architecture.
The company, at the launch, also announced the appointment of Hyderabad based Zoom Technologies India, as its exclusive all India distributor.
A single security concept for key information and data paths, from USB sticks to mobile devices and cloud, EgoSecure Endpoint integrates protection mechanisms for common devices and data paths within one single solution architecture.
The solution covers all carriers of sensitive information, including external information media such as USB sticks, personal or company-owned mobile devices and also cloud-based data stores and Mac OS-based devices, to protect companies against the loss of information, while providing effective protection against malware and liability risks.
"Most companies have realized that comprehensive endpoint security is an imperative to protect their data," said Sergej Schlotthauer, CEO of EgoSecure. "However, it is often a stony path to achieve this high degree of security, since IT executives often have to deal with a range of different data paths, devices and software platforms. Most offerings in the market are piecemeal solutions which are difficult to integrate with the existing structure and where interaction is often a major challenge - a nightmare for the administrator who has to work with this mix of multiple solutions. Based on a thorough analysis of the whole system landscape, including mobile devices and the cloud, EgoSecure has developed a solution architecture that provides comprehensive all-round protection."
Commenting on the tie-up, M H Noble, CEO, Zoom Technologies India, said, "EgoSecure Endpoint provides true next generation protection to the organization, securing it from data loss as well as protecting against viruses and malware. This comprehensive product is the need of the hour for all Indian companies, many of which have been in the news recently for security breaches and data loss."