Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Microsoft Buys Israeli Data Security Officer Secure Islands

Microsoft has the Israeli data security company Secure Islands taken over, as both companies have today announced. Secure Islands the technology adds security to information once it is made ​​or used.This is to prevent loss of data, among other things.

The companies must give more visibility and control over their data, as well as where sensitive data resides and how they are used. Microsoft wants to add the technology to their own Azure Rights Management Service. According to the software giant will it help customers to protect their corporate data, regardless of where they are stored. Secure Islands was founded nine years ago and has, among other UBS, OSRAM, Vodafone and Credit Suisse as clients. How much Microsoft paid was not disclosed, but according to rumors is about $ 150 million.

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