A new partnership between DataQube and KryptoKloud announced

DataQube Global, developer of a 5G-ready edge data centre system, has teamed up with KryptoKloud to improve safeguarding against cybercrime.

DataQube Global, a developer of 5G-ready edge data centre systems, has teamed up with KryptoKloud, a cyber intelligence and MSSP provider, to safeguard its edge computing assets against cybercrime.

Using, next-generation cyber intelligence the system will protect valuable data assets in an increasingly hostile environment. The collaboration assures heightened protection for DataQube units by delivering around the clock detection and response monitoring capabilities that can be managed locally or centrally via an intuitive and resilient interface.

By incorporating KryptoKloud’s next generation security monitoring tools (which leverage darknet intelligence) into DataQube’s core infrastructure, all data communication is dynamically monitored 24x7 to proactively identify possible security breaches. If any malicious activity is detected, an alert is triggered, together with a comprehensive escalation process for damage limitation and control.

David Keegan CEO of DataQube said: "As IoT and automation gain momentum so do the risks of cyber crime, which can lead to serious security breaches or worse. This is why we have chosen KryptoKloud as our preferred security partner. The company’s world-class software proactively monitors all deployed DataQube units 24x7. If a threat is detected, an alert is triggered in line so action can be taken and a full audit trail is generated for traceability and accountability, offering peace of mind to our customers.”

DataQube has recently deployed a fully operational unit at its campus in Cambridge. The solution addresses edge computing challenges through a series of practical demonstrations.

Paul Burrows of KryptoKloud Ltd said: “We’re delighted to have partnered with DataQube as its breakthrough system will be a game-changer for the Data Centre industry. DataQube’s ability to replicate hyperscale grade capabilities at the edge of the network in a standalone, person-free unit will be pivotal to the widescale rollout of smart applications and autonomous tech, and our award-winning cyber operational capabilities will ensure all captured and other assets data are fully protected 24x7.”

Established in 2016, KryptoKloud has grown from a small cyber security consultancy to an operations-focused business providing cybersecurity monitoring services and data privacy guidance to a range of customers in the UK and across the world. KryptoKloud is an independent cyber operations and intelligence company based at the Boole Technology Centre, Lincoln. Clients include leading international pharmaceuticals, global logistics organisations, renewable energy experts, defence manufacturers, care providers and local charities. KryptoKloud also provides a cyber capability to a Lloyds of London Cyber Insurance body and provides cyber due diligence capacity for a leading independent infrastructure and private equity investment organisation.

Both DataQube and KryptoKloud are excellent examples of UK cyber companies which have located in the East of England which has gained an international reputation as a centre of excellence for the cybersecurity industry.


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