Hardware-based attacks are at the center of the tri-partnership recently announced between Sepio Systems, Tech Data, and SHI International Corp.
Tech Data channel partners and SHI customers benefit from the partnership as they are granted the option to bundle Sepio’s solutions addressing issues in cybersecurity. In addition to providing simplified deployment options for Sepio Prime/Sepio Agent security management offerings, specific network threats within uncontrolled peripheral devices and accessories are focal points customers and partners benefit from.
“As part of our continuous effort to ease our customer’s process of complying with the NIST standards and guidelines for securing Information Systems, we are excited to team with Tech Data and SHI,” said Yossi Appleboum, CEO of Sepio Systems Inc.
“Packing Sepio’s deep visibility capabilities into devices and hardware assets together with a granular policy enforcement tool greatly reduces the cyber risk organizations are facing. For the first time, Tech Data customers and partners can deploy a simple and robust software solution that addresses more than 15 controls from the NIST 800-53 Special Publication,” Appleboum concluded.
Sepio Systems currently identifies hidden hardware attacks related to rogue peripherals, invisible network devices, and manipulated firmware. The software-only based solution, Sepio Prime, currently boasts a presence in the U.S., Brazil, Singapore, and Israel.