Virsec, the industry leader in protecting critical applications during runtime, announced it has partnered with CyVolve, a next-generation provider of data security, to ensure constant encryption and AI-driven pervasive control of an organization’s data across platforms.
Through the partnership, the companies will provide advanced security solutions for major healthcare organizations and other industry leaders throughout Europe, the US and Middle East.
The joint solution will protect organizations from a wave of advanced cyberattacks that bypass conventional security, exploit application vulnerabilities, and compromise sensitive data.
By combining cutting-edge application security from Virsec with pervasive data protection from CyVolve, the solution will provide comprehensive security for regulated industries managing sensitive and private data.
The combined solution will be showcased initially at the CyVolve briefing center in Newcastle, UK and demonstrated for healthcare, government and private-sector organizations throughout the region.
“With today’s global disruption spawning new cyberattacks, it’s critical that organizations are vigilant to protect mission-critical applications and private data,” said Helder F. Antunes, CEO at CyVolve. “We are pleased to partner with Virsec to deliver comprehensive protection for healthcare applications and data.”
“Companies around the world need complete and seamless protection for critical applications and sensitive data,” said Bobby Gupta, managing director for international business at Virsec.
“Combining our best-in-class technologies will deliver compelling solutions for healthcare, major government and private organizations globally, and it couldn’t come at a more critical time.”
“Virsec’s breakthrough runtime application protection is the perfect complement to CyVolve’s centralized data control across disparate platforms and domains,” said Ray DeMeo, senior vice president of public sector business at Virsec. “Together, we are well positioned to serve a clear cybersecurity need in the public sector.”