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iTecs Outsourcing, LLC - an IT MSP, cloud hosting, and security firm based in Dallas, Texas - has formed a reseller partnership with CoSoSys. CoSoSys is the IT security company that developed the Endpoint Protector software suite, which iTecs will now be providing to their clients.
iTecs provides IT services to companies across the United States, including cloud hosting and cybersecurity as a managed service. The firm was founded by Brian Desmot in 2002 and has grown to deliver services to businesses across a range of sectors. As a managed services provider, they essentially act as an external IT department to many of their clients, covering services such as procurement of technology, CIO/CTO consulting, and break-fix support. The range of services provided by iTecs makes the company an ideal reseller of CoSoSys Endpoint Protection software.
Endpoint Protector provides advanced security protection by using sophisticated technologies. It makes use of technology such as N-gram-based text categorization to accurately discover intellectual property, such as source code, within hundreds of file formats and then monitor and control any transfers. Additionally, the software monitors activity related to device use and transfers to prevent data loss or theft. Companies can monitor the sensitive data that leaves their company and ensure that their data remains secure with a complete Data Loss Prevention solution.
Endpoint Protector is trusted by large brands, such as Samsung and Unilever, with thousands of customers that rely on the software. The features of the software suite include device control, content-aware protection, eDiscovery, and enforced encryption. Each feature included in the software adds a further layer of security to protect a company's sensitive data.
Brain Desmot, CEO and Founder of iTec, commented on the new partnership, saying:
"We are excited to provide Endpoint Protector to our existing clients as the Data Loss Prevention (DLP) technology built into Endpoint Protection is second to none. Large and enterprise organizations and businesses in the medical and financial sectors will appreciate the platform's granular and robust features. As iTecs continuously evolves into the best-in-class Managed Security Service Provider, adopting the best tools available on the market is a high-priority goal.
"Endpoint Protection provides a solution for device control, content-aware protection, enforced encryption, and eDiscovery. We host the EP server in the iTecs Promus data center that allows us to ensure continuity, management, and security."
Existing clients of iTecs will now benefit from the advantages and protections offered by Endpoint Protector. New clients can also look forward to the protection that Endpoint Protector and the other tools offered by iTecs can extend to them.
For more information on iTecs IT MSP division, visit the https://itecsonline.com
For more information on Endpoint Protector, visit https://www.endpointprotector.com
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