Cybersecurity Innovator Clearswift and Hosting Company zsah Form Partnership
November 16, 2017
Cybersecurity innovator Clearswift and hosting company zsah Ltd.(zsah) have formed a partnership. Clearswift, which has headquarters in Reading, Berkshire, United Kingdom, provides a range of services designed to counter internet threats including malware and ransomware. With offices in Europe, Australia, Japan and the United States, it caters to private companies and government and defence organizations, providing cyber security and data loss prevention solutions that offer an "unparalleled layer of inspection, sanitization and threat prevention" for email, the Internet and cloud applications (including Office 365). Clearswift's solutions also offer real-time compliance for a range of regulatory bodies including PCI, GDPR, and HIPAA. The partnership sees zsah selected by Clearswift as its trusted hosting partner.
With head offices in Fulham, London, United Kingdom, zsah was founded in 2002. The ISO9001 and ISO27001 accredited company aims to ‘Exceed Expectations’ and provides a range of services including IT managed services; private and hybrid cloud options alongside IaaS, PaaS and SaaS services. The partnership between Clearswift and zsah will enable Clearswift customers to comply with UK data protection requirements by hosting their "award-winning SECURE Email Gateway and SECURE Web Gateway products in UK data centers".
“Clearswift provides industry-leading security solutions and the infrastructure upon which their technology relies has to be equally secure and robust," explained Amir Hashmi, the CEO of zsah. "Clearswift is representative of the leading edge technology providers who form the zsah partner community and I appreciate the confidence Clearswift has shown in zsah by selecting us as their trusted hosting partner. I look forward to working with Clearswift, their partners and their current and future customers.”
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