CIPS becomes SearchInform partner

CIPS, Italian provider of information security solutions based in Città di Castello, has signed an agreement with SearchInform, developer of risk management and employee performance monitoring solutions, paving the way for the new generation internal threat mitigation solutions in the region.

Mario Menichetti, CIPS CEO, has emphasised the need for businesses to remain flexible during times when maintaining usual workflow, ensuring information security, rearranging asset allocation, changing and assigning new roles to employees or redistributing access rights turns out even more challenging. Lots of companies can no longer exist in its pre-lockdown version and have to manage control over staff, endpoints and communication channels differently as the work continues outside the corporate perimeter.

“The pandemic crisis has accelerated remote processing, making the control functions of activities and the correct use of information even more strategic. We also note a strong acceleration in attacks that sometimes exploit holes due to the reorganisation of companies. It is necessary to be able to count on solutions such as SearchInform to maintain control of strategic assets. This is a clear market demand and we are delighted to have chosen to partner with SearchInform for this”, comments CEO Mario Menichetti.

“We have learned from the last year experience and put effort into elaborating on SearchInform solution for MSSP providing our partners with instruments, training and ongoing support, focused on the complete range of our products as a comprehensive single platform as well as the cloud deployment model offer. We are happy to begin cooperation with CIPS and to have a partner in the country with lasting traditions and strengths in engineering and design which makes it an esteemed player in the information security market”, says Sergey Ozhegov, CEO of SearchInform.

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