Computer Services, Inc. Partners With Gladiator Technology

Tuesday 22 February 2005 18:20 CET | News

Computer Services, Inc. has signed an agreement with Gladiator Technology Services, Inc., that endorses eSecurity as the recommended risk assessment product to Gladiators 300+ customers.

Gladiator Technology is a recognized leader in providing managed security services to the financial marketplace. eSecurity, a product of CSIs subsidiary, ATTUS Technologies, Inc., is a consulting service that assesses an organizations vulnerability to threats by evaluating telephone banking, viruses, email, networks, Internet access, ATMs, internal controls, third party software vendors, communications, employee knowledge, contracts, business continuity planning, physical security and more. Examiners are vigorously enforcing regulations that require organizations to establish administrative, technical and physical safeguards to protect the privacy of their customers non-public personal information. As a result, the demand for this risk assessment product is growing rapidly. We are excited about the opportunities this new partnership represents, said CSI President & CEO Steven A. Powless. Gladiator is a quality company staffed by seasoned professionals of high integrity. This agreement opens a sales channel for eSecurity in a market where Gladiator is an established and proven vendor with strong customer relationships. In addition, Gladiators CoreDEFENSE(TM) system will be remarketed by ATTUS to its 2400+ clients. CoreDEFENSE is an enterprise-wide, comprehensive and managed 24/7/365 intrusion prevention and detection security service specifically designed and developed for financial institutions. This product will provide an effective addition to the ATTUS suite of services and product offerings, Powless added.

Free Headlines in your E-mail

Every day we send out a free e-mail with the most important headlines of the last 24 hours.

Subscribe now

Keywords: ,
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Payments General
Countries: World
This article is part of category

Payments & Commerce


Better Privacy Protection Starts With Smart Cards

Published 10 Mar 2005 10:02 CET | World
The Smart Card Alliance believes that protection of individual privacy is a critical goal for any identity management system. As part of its ongoing active approach to helping organizations and individuals understand how to balance both privacy and security in this complex arena, the Alliance announced the availability of a new briefing document, Identity Management Systems, Smart Cards and Privacy. ...