Atomic Data and Secured2 join forces on data security

Atomic Data and Secured2 join forces on data security
Collaboration provides a solution for customers who want to improve cyber indemnification

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Microsoft Gold partner Atomic Data and data security technology firm Secured2 Corporation have joined forces to provide an end-to-end solution for customers who want to reduce risk and improve security. Their combined offering covers everything from the data centre through to content management, data security and cyber indemnification and leverages Microsoft Azure.

“We are delighted to partner with Minnesota’s top IT-as-a-service company Atomic Data,” said Daren Klum, CEO of Secured2 Corporation. “We both share similar values when it comes to supporting customers, protecting their valuable information and driving value. The combination of Atomic Data’s industry-leading data centre facilities, the Atomic Cloud, and 24/7 support with our unique security and content management solution makes this an ideal business partnership.”

Secured2 protects data ‘beyond encryption’ with a quantum resilient technology that processes customer data, so hackers cannot access the data.

Atomic Data is a provider of hybrid cloud solutions for the enterprise, offering the flexibility of The Atomic Cloud built on both VMware and Azure Stack platforms.

Secured2 provides several products that provide secure data management. DepositBox is a digital safety deposit box for highly critical information, Collaborate allows users to share, collaborate and store data with teams, Secured2 API protects data coming off applications and a suite of Secured2 email security products with Microsoft Office that protects emails and attachments.

Secured2 provides Atomic Data with a new cyber warranty programme that indemnifies customers against a data breach. The cyber warranty provides a range of limits up to US$5,000,000 in the event Secured2 technology fails. As part of the warranty programme, clients will be eligible for reimbursement of loss amounts incurred as a direct result of a data breach, up to the contractually agreed-upon limits.

“IT is built on partnerships and with new vendors and technologies constantly emerging, we can’t just rest on the success of past relationships,” said Jim Wolford, CEO of Atomic Data. “When we look at adding new partnerships here at Atomic Data, it’s critical that we work with companies that bring value to our clients and make their lives better. We know Secured2 will give our clients a capability they can’t get anywhere else, and an affordable way to meet the security needs of an increasingly complex, expensive and ever-changing security market. Secured2 is the first solution we have seen that solves the problems of our clients in such an elegant way.”

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