MALVERN cyber security specialist Deep-Secure has entered the Canadian market through a new licence agreement with Glenbriar Technologies Inc.
This allows Glenbriar, a business technology company headquartered in Calgary, to market and distribute Deep-Secure products across Canada, either on a stand-alone basis or incorporated within Glenbriar’s existing products and services.
Robin King, chief executive of Deep-Secure, said: “We are delighted to enter into an agreement with an organisation that has a clear vision to address the acute cyber security challenges facing customers and to be able to work with them to expand the reach of our products into the Canadian market.”
Robert Matheson, chief executive of Glenbriar, added: "The establishment of this relationship will allow us to create a presence at the forefront of the Canadian cyber security sector. This is both complementary to our historic product offerings, and timely too, as the security and protection of corporate information and intellectual property has become a major focus of business in recent years.”
The proprietary cyber security products developed by Deep-Secure will be marketed from Glenbriar’s offices in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.
Deep-Secure, based in Sandy's Road, Malvern, specialises in the development of sophisticated software solutions to enable information-sensitive corporate and public institutions to securely share information across networks of differing security levels. The products operate across a wide selection of information sharing protocols and data formats and are employed by industries with extensive IP assets and by government agencies with responsibilities for intelligence gathering and national defence . Deep-Secure also supplies cyber security solutions to NATO military installations and naval forces.