Monday, 20 October 2014
Last updated 17 min ago
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IT specialist Eze Castle Integration has joined forces with managed security specialist eSentire to offer cloud and on-premise managed security services to hedge funds.
The goal is to safeguard hedge funds’ critical data by intercepting threats and preventing data leakage.
Together the companies will offer hedge funds managedsecurity services for cloud and on-premise environments that safeguard criticaldata by proactively intercepting threats and preventing data leakage.
“Hedgefunds are adopting our 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.”
EzeCastle Integration provides IT support to over 600 hedge funds worldwide, including more than 80 firms with $1 billion or more in assets under management.
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