Persistent Systems, a company that powers software products and technology services, recently inked a partnership agreement with Voltage Security (News - Alert), a data-centric security and key management solution provider.
According to the terms of the agreement, Persistent’s engineering team will help provide solution upgrades within 18 hours to 1,000 enterprise users of Voltage SecureData. In turn, users will be able to receive product releases and patches, allowing Voltage Security to market new features and security alerts more effectively. Moreover, the company will also be able to work across 13 operating systems and eliminate the potential for human error.
"In the security field, we don't have the luxury of time -- our customers expect fast release cycles and security alerts, and they should," said John Weald, vice president, Engineering at Voltage, in a statement. "Persistent Systems understood our 'Agile (News - Alert) Scrum' environment and was able to help accelerate the release process without compromising quality. Reducing the turnaround time from days to hours gives our customers a huge strategic advantage, and further demonstrates Voltage Security's commitment to both innovation and customer support."
Voltage SecureData is a data protection solution that unites end-to-end encryption, tokenization, and data masking to protect PCI (News - Alert) cardholder data and all other sensitive information while minimizing impact to business processes, workflow, and applications. Utilizing Voltage Security innovations like Voltage Identity-Based Encryption and Voltage Format-Preserving Encryption, it touted as the only comprehensive data protection platform that secures data as it is captured, processed, and stored across variety of devices, operating systems, databases, and applications used by enterprises, merchants, and service providers.
"Persistent Systems has a world-class team of engineering experts in development, porting and QA, and we're privileged to be working with Voltage Security in speeding the time to market for this critical product line," added Nitin Kulkarni, executive director and COO, Persistent Systems Ltd. "Our joint efforts ensure that enterprise customers around the world are more secure, the call on help desks is reduced and Voltage Security can respond faster to new business opportunities."
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