HiSoftware today announced a new partnership with Cable&Wireless Worldwide. The partnership will make the company’s content-aware compliance and security solution, HiSoftware Compliance Sheriff®, available to C&W Worldwide customers through their cloud-based Innovation Lab.
Malcolm Seagrave, Solutions Director, Cable&Wireless Worldwide said, “By utilising HiSoftware’s content-aware, award-winning compliance solutions, we’re providing a best-of-breed offering that overcomes the implementation barriers which hold back many IT projects. Customers benefit from the ability to translate their compliance guidelines into an automated, repeatable and enforceable process and continuously monitor content for potential compliance issues.”
HiSoftware Compliance Sheriff provides users with a means to monitor content for potential compliance issues across the application – keeping information safe, appropriate and within regulatory guidelines. Compliance Sheriff automates content compliance across digital environments to address data governance issues including privacy factors like personally identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI), accessibility, data and information security, offensive content and search engine optimisation.
“In today’s content rich business environment, compliance is a must-have capability within organisations as they face legal and financial repercussions if employee and customer data is unprotected, confidential company information is left unsecure or if website content is inaccessible,” said Kurt A. Mueffelmann, President and CEO, HiSoftware. “Customers using C&W Worldwide’s cloud-based Innovation Lab will benefit from the fast and agile deployment of Compliance Sheriff. This allows them to more quickly take advantage of our highly configurable compliance and business centric approach to managing sensitive and inaccessible data.”
C&W Worldwide’s new Innovation Lab is intended to incubate and test new technologies before rapid deployment to its enterprise customers. Using agile methodology, the skunk-works style centre is expected to deliver new applications far faster than previously possible.