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Eze Castle and eSentire announce a strategic partnership for global hedge funds

Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Eze Castle Integration Inc and eSentire have announced a strategic partnership to improve information security at hedge funds worldwide. Together the companies will offer hedge funds managed security services for cloud and on-premise environments that safeguard critical data by proactively intercepting threats and preventing data leakage.

Eze Castle Integration and eSentire are working together to give hedge funds using the Eze Private Cloud or on-premise IT complete protection from security risks that could jeopardize operations and threaten proprietary information. eSentire’s core solutions combine advanced security technology with highly trained security experts to proactively identify potential vulnerabilities, detect and prevent intrusion, and conduct forensic traffic analysis for predictive threat profiling.

“Hedge funds are adopting our award winning Eze Private Cloud at a rapid rate. At the same time, on-premise IT environments remain ever present in established hedge funds. As the leader in both private cloud and on-premise hedge fund technology we take a holistic approach to ensuring all hedge funds have the solutions necessary to operate at peak performance,” said Bob Guilbert, managing director, Eze Castle Integration. “Our partnership with eSentire fills an industry gap for managed security services that dramatically reduce security threats at hedge funds worldwide.”

J. Paul Haynes, CEO, eSentire, said, “The security risk landscape evolves rapidly and our security assessments show investment firms are particularly targeted. eSentire’s unique ability to combine purpose-built managed security technology with human security knowledge and control makes it the ideal solution for investment firms. We are extremely pleased to form a strategic partnership with Eze Castle Integration based on the company’s focus on bringing innovative solutions to their clients and worldwide leadership in hedge fund private cloud services.”

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