2013-09-17 15:32:04 -
Gothenburg, 17 September 2013
Cryptzone, the European IT security and threat mitigation specialist, today
completed the sale of its port and device control solution to Israeli based
company Atrog. The deal will ensure that existing eDevice customers are assured
of high quality support and on-going development of the solution that they have
come to rely on.
"Cryptzone is pursuing a corporate strategy which focuses on our two principal
technologies for content security and secure access" says Einar Lindquist, CEO
at Cryptzone. "In order to focus on developing tighter integration between our
solutions in this area it has been necessary to rationalize our portfolio."
"A proven enterprise solution, Secured eDevice prevents the use of unauthorized
devices very effectively," says Eli Hizkiyev, Managing Partner at Atrog. "I am
confident that our proposed development roadmap
guarantees its continued success
in this market segment.
The divestment will have no material impact on Cryptzone's financial results.
For more information:
Einar Lindquist, CEO, Cryptzone Group AB
Tel: +46 704-299 839
Eli Hizkiyev, Managing partner at ATROG Ltd.
Tel: +972 546 263343
About the Cryptzone Group:
The Cryptzone Group is a technology innovator of proactive controls to mitigate
IT security risk. Our solutions enable organizations to securely connect,
collaborate and comply within the digital workplace, thereby improving document
security, access control and compliance auditing capabilities.
Headquartered in Sweden, the company has a presence in the USA, UK, Belgium,
Germany and Poland, as well as an extensive partner network with more than 150
global partners. For more information about the company and its solutions, visit
Cryptzone's share is listed on First North, Sweden, the Nordic alternative
market operated by NASDAQ OMX. Certified Adviser is Thenberg & Kinde
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