Falls Church (Oct 23th, 2020) — Kastle is featured in this month’s issue of The Silicon Review® as one of the 50 Innovative Companies to Watch in 2020. The Silicon Review® is the world’s most trusted online and print community for business & technology professionals.
Haniel J Lynn, Kastle Systems CEO, spoke exclusively to The Silicon Review® about “Managed Security,” which describes Kastle’s end-to-end approach for servicing clients’ security needs by taking full responsibility for their security package and operations.
The interview references Kastle’s “Managed Security” model, where security is not a transaction that ends with the delivery of the superior systems; but rather, it ensures that the ongoing protection or “security as a service” including monitoring and maintain of the security and systems, is provided to the clients indefinitely, thereby forging a long-term relationship with the client. It also speaks to how the company has embraced cloud technology that offers superior security to the conventional on-site servers because security data is stored remotely, avoiding any intermingled of access data to the on-site network for hackers infiltrate. The cloud technology also enables Kastle to “push” software updates to the client system without disruption.
Mr. Lynn also discusses how during the Coronavirus lockdown, Kastle clients could rest assured that their “empty” facilities were still under the continuous watch and in-person upkeep by Kastle Systems, even when they couldn’t be on-site themselves.
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