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Capgemini Offers Security

ControlGuard announced that Capgemini will offer ControlGuard Endpoint Access Manager as part of its portfolio in Italy

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. -- ControlGuard, a leading provider of endpoint security, today announced that Capgemini, one of the world’s foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, will offer ControlGuard Endpoint Access Manager as part of its portfolio in Italy. Capgemini will also provide managed services for the endpoint access management solutions to prevent data leakage and support regulatory requirements.

“Our large enterprise customers in Italy are very savvy when it comes to IT security,” said Andrea Cecchetti, security solution manager, Capgemini Italy. “ControlGuard provides an excellent endpoint security solution that protects against some of today’s biggest IT threats. We expect that our customers will embrace the technology quickly as risk stemming from portable devices is rapidly increasing. Additionally, with the introduction of new regulations such as Basel II, SOX and HIPAA we expect ControlGuard’s software that offers auditing and reporting functions will drive new growth in this area.”

ControlGuard Ltd.

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