FREMONT, CA: To tackle the rapidly growing thefts of customer’s critical data by cyber criminals, organizations are in search of solutions that mitigate menace and provide secure access to data. Covata, a provider of data-centric security solutions and T-Systems- an enterprise Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions provider- jointly deploy Safe Share- for Barmer GEK.
Safe Share protects sensitive data of the insurance company customers. The solution runs on an accredited high security data center operated by T-Systems. To address the growing data security demands of Barmer GEK, the joint venture offers easy-to-use file sharing based on enterprise-grade security Architecture. The data-centric security of Safe Share provides secure sharing and access to any data format from any device.
The solution provides highly secured file sharing between shareholders of both internal and external, including mobile sales force, customers and, suppliers.
Covata Safe Share hosted on T-Systems infrastructure offers end-to end encryption, high flexibility, and usability and secure file sharing capability of large and classified files of more than 50 GB
The partnership provides CIO’s a choice to meet the needs of easy usage, high security and availability while complying with the rules that free consumer grade offerings.
Identity protection, real-time control of data and encryption are the core components combined by Covata for secure data management.
The data center operates the software hosted on the T-systems and it facilitates businesses to comply with data privacy and data security guidelines. T-Systems provides customer relationship management, benefiting the users clarifying doubts.
“The digitization of our business processes is a core element for improving customer service and strengthening our competitiveness,” says Mr. Frank Lohler, Teamleader Mobility and Mobile Strategy, BARMER GEK. “Barmer GEK prides itself on its exceptional service, and this extends the scenes to how we protect the valuable personal data we receive from our community. Partnering with Covata and T-Systems will allow us to further strengthen our approach to data security.”