Zyber kicks off Proof of Concept trials with Abstractive
Abstractive is a Canadian-based systems integrator specializing in Relationship Management (CRM), Business Intelligence (BI), and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) as well as operating as a software re-seller for software vendors in North America.
Its clients include in both the commercial and government sectors, who require data to be securely transported and stored.
Zyber’s cyber security platform gives enterprises the ability to track and securely share files between its staff in a seamless, user-friendly way.
As part of the trials, Zyber will provide Abstractive with a straightforward and secure way of collating data from dozens of peripheral sources for storage at a centralized hub. Zyber’s secure file storage platform will work alongside Abstrative’s existing applications to evaluate its effectiveness. By enabling firms to collect data from multiple sources and securely collating it within an encrypted working environment, Zyber hopes to grab a significant share of the growing market for IT security and data protection.
Zyber’s platform is currently being assessed by four large Canadian companies with annual revenues in excess of C$100 million each, although ZYB is understandably tight-lipped as to who they are for commercial and privacy reasons.
Commenting on the POC trials, Zyber CEO Clay Epstein said, “Since completing our capital raise in January, we are encouraged by the level of interest from customers both locally and abroad in our secure file sharing solution. Abstractive’s expertise will be a key factor in assisting Zyber with penetrating the government sector and we are very excited to be partnering with them.”
Abstractive VP Fred Lee said, “We are excited to collaborate with Zyber to provide an integrated file synchronization solution that is manageable, secure and deployable in multiple environments. We believe this will be a significant value-add for those prospects and customers that require stringent security for their digital assets.”