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NordVPN | January 20, 2023
NordVPN, a cybersecurity company, has confirmed its third no-log policy assurance engagement, which was conducted by Deloitte, a leading Big Four auditing firm. NordVPN is committed to protecting the privacy, security, and anonymity of its customers. This third no-log policy assurance engagement is part of that commitment.
The engagement included a thorough analysis of NordVPN's processes and configurations for standard VPN, obfuscated VPN, onion over VPN, double VPN, and P2P servers, as well as an inspection of the server configuration and central infrastructure. This showed that NordVPN's customers get a VPN service that complies with its no-logs policy.
Product strategist at NordVPN, Vykintas Maknickas, said, “We are proud to be examined for the third time, representing our continuous efforts to assure transparency to our users. We are delighted to receive the Deloitte stamp of approval, which proves that when we say privacy, we truly mean it."
(Source - Globenewswire)
The assurance engagement is the third that NordVPN has undergone, with the first being in 2018 and the second in 2020, showing the company's commitment to privacy. The full "no logs assurance engagement report" is available on NordVPN's website. Through these engagements, NordVPN has been able to provide customers with assurance that their data is secure and private.
NordVPN is a virtual private network (VPN) provider that masks your IP address and encrypts your internet connection to protect your privacy and security online. It prevents third-party snoopers such as ISPs or advertisers from tracking your online activities, and allows you to securely connect to public Wi-Fi hotspots without worrying about hackers stealing your data. With NordVPN, you can surf the internet without any restrictions, as it offers access to over 5600 servers in 60 countries. NordVPN is one of the most advanced VPN service providers in the world, offering features like double VPN encryption, Onion Over VPN, zero tracking, and Threat Protection. It is user-friendly and offers competitive pricing.
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Alludo | January 24, 2023
Alludo, a global technology company, has been entitled as a major player in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Virtual Client Computing 2022–2023 Vendor Assessment. The report says that Alludo's Parallels RAS is a great choice for simple virtualization deployments that support a larger intelligent digital workspace ecosystem. This recognition demonstrates Alludo's commitment to the success of its customers.
In the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Desktop-as-a-Service 2022–2023 Vendor Assessment, Alludo was also put in the Major Players group. IDC MarketScape is a model for evaluating vendors that shows how competitive ICT suppliers are in a certain market. It utilizes a rigorous scoring methodology based on both qualitative and quantitative criteria.
Chief Technology and Product Officer at Alludo, Prashant Ketkar, said, "We are thrilled to have received this honor and be recognized for forward momentum in both strategy and capabilities in this IDC MarketScape report." He added, "We believe this validation underscores how our focus on simplicity and partner-centric strategy is valued and recognized by customers and analysts alike."
Alludo did well in this evaluation not only because they have a strong portfolio but also because they work hard to meet customer needs and provide effective solutions.
Alludo is a global technology company that offers professional-level graphics, virtualization, and productivity solutions for the digital remote workforce. They have a 35+ year legacy of innovation and are behind award-winning brands such as Parallels, CorelDRAW, MindManager, and WinZip. Alludo aims to empower customers to work and live better by enabling them to work when, where, and how they want, with over 2.5 million paying customers worldwide. They believe in "working better and living better" and are working towards a future of boundless creativity, cross-platform productivity, and fluid collaboration.
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Strata Identity | January 04, 2023
Strata Identity, a company that provides identity orchestration services, has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), a global organization focused on promoting best practices for secure cloud computing. Strata Identity will work with CSA members on projects related to the open source IDQL Standard and identity orchestration. The open source IDQL Standard and identity orchestration are two ways that Strata Identity is working to make cloud computing safer.
Strata Identity's platform allows incompatible cloud identity systems to work together, allowing customers to unify access policies and governance. The company is also a founding member of Hexa, an open source identity federation software, and the IDQL Standard for policy orchestration. Strata Identity wants to make cloud computing safe for its customers by helping them bring their access policies and governance together.
"Lack of interoperability between individual cloud identity platforms and their legacy on-premises brethren is holding back app modernization and cloud migration projects. We look forward to collaborating with the CSA’s extensive community of vendors, enterprises, and industry influencers to advance open standards for cloud identity orchestration."
Eric Olden, CEO of Strata Identity
Eric Olden, CEO of Strata Identity, said the company is looking forward to collaborating with the CSA to advance open standards for cloud identity orchestration. The CEO of the CSA, Jim Reavis, said that Strata Identity's expertise in multi-cloud identity orchestration will help CSA members deal with problems related to app modernization. Strata Identity is going to work with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) to help advance open standards for cloud identity orchestration.
About Strata Identity
Strata Identity has made a name for itself as the leader in identity orchestration for hybrid and multi-cloud environments with its innovative Maverics platform. This recipe-driven solution enables organizations to integrate and manage even the most incompatible identity systems while preserving a consistent user experience. By separating applications from identity, Maverics makes it possible to use modern authentication methods like password-less login and enforce consistent access policies without having to spend a lot of money refactoring source code.