The automated compliance vendor is promising US$50,000 to the charity of a customer's choice if it is unable to live up to its claims regarding its Compliance-Grade Safe Passage solution.
The tool was created to help organisations comply with the data security requirements of numerous governance requirements.
Through a new three-month program announced this week, CipherOptics is encouraging new customers to install the solution for evaluation. The solution is designed to protect organisational data without impacting network design, application performance or user experience — if CipherOptic fails to do this, it will pay up to US$50,000 to any charity the organisation chooses.
"With this program we want the entire industry to know (that) CipherOptics enables the highest level of confidential data transmission with the lowest installation, management and operational costs," said Ron Willis, president and CEO of CipherOptics. "Organisations can be certain that they have a compliance strategy for protecting data in motion that provides security without compromise."
CipherOptics backs up products with charitable guarentee
By Ericka Chickowski on Oct 20, 2006 8:24PM