The Internet of Things (IoT) was first envisaged in the last century, but interest has picked up in the past 15 years or so. It is a vision whereby potentially billions of ‘things’ – such as smart devices and sensors – are interconnected using machine-to-machine technology enabled by Internet or other IP-based connectivity.
Mobile payments security provider Omlis today announced their partnership with Digital Pathways, a leading provider of data security and leakage prevention services in the UK. Based in the South East of England, Digital Pathways have an impressive reputation for delivering world-class data security and compliance management services across multiple market sectors in Europe.
Newcastle-based mobile payments technology provider Omlis have announced their partnership with Digital Pathways, a provider of data security and leakage prevention services in the UK.
A five year partnership strategically focused on delivering Omlis’ mobile encryption architecture across key market sectors in the UK, Digital Pathways committed to a partnership with Omlis based on the increasing demand for enhanced endpoint focused security solutions.