Comms Business Award – Channel Product of the Year – Software 2016

What winning the award means to Digital Pathways

Digital Pathways are extremely excited & proud to have won Channel Product of the Year – Software 2016. This was the first time we have entered the awards, what a way to make an entrance. We are hoping that the additional exposure that winning the award brings to the channel will raise awareness of the seriousness of cyber security to both their businesses as well as their clients. Winning this award is a huge acknowledgement for all the hard work & innovation the team at Digital Pathways put into delivering services and solutions that really make a difference. It inspires us to continue with the development of products that both resellers and end user customers can benefit from.

It is an honour to be part of such a prestigious awards event and we look forward to next years!

Thank you to the whole team at Comms Business that make this event such a great night. Congratulations to all the winners & finalists.

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The products that won the award

Our nSuite range of products is built on the foundation that all data at rest needs to be encrypted and access to it controlled.

The suite consist of:

  • nCrypt – provides data encryption of any data format, whether on premise or in the cloud as a fully managed service. The solution can be used to protect a single server or a complete corporate network with management ranging from the end user/Partner having control or handled by the Digital Pathways team.

nCrypt addresses the current short fall in cloud based provided encryption services from ISP’s where the encryption key is stored with the data and also held by the ISP. nCrypt separates the duties by holding the key outside the ISP’s control thus blinding their administrators from viewing the clients data.

  • nSIEM – takes all logs generated by a client’s servers, applications or databases and centralises them to enable management reports or trend reports to be generated and sent to individuals within the organisation. All logs are encrypted by nCrypt to ensure non repudiation in the event of an audit and are held within our repository or exported to the clients data centre if required.
  • nLiten – is a smart building reporting platform that is the first solution to bring physical security and daily tasks together with data security auditing in a secure, trusted environment. The system can extend outside the Control Room to remote workers to confirm presence at a particular location, traveling users to warn of situations or for them to report any threats they face. A common problem with large organisations is that following Standard Operating Procedures such as building evacuation or system compromise are held in files which often are not easily accessible by required personnel and frequently paper based. This makes following any guidelines difficult and thus leads to mistakes or non-compliant decisions being taken.

All data is gathered through the nSIEM platform, encrypted by nCrypt and stored within the nLiten solution. All data and decisions taken due to an event are tracked by nLIten, stored securely and cannot be modified. The data is easily searched for audit purposes and can prove extremely valuable if an historical event needs to be investigated.

  • nMobile – is a secure platform for recording of all mobile phone calls to or from a device. The platform meets the requirements of the FCA for the secure storage of a recording by encrypting every file using AES256bit encryption with the encryption key being stored on a FIPs certified appliance within the nCrypt platform. All recordings are locked and cannot be edited, which is required should a recording be required as evidence, but can be accessed via the nMobile portal for review by authorised administrators.

nMobile operates across any carrier and requires no change to existing tariffs or hardware.

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