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  • Senetas Corporation’s (SEN) subsidiary, Votiro, has entered a partnership and distribution agreement with Thales to provide cybersecurity for government agencies
  • Thales will offer solutions from Votiro’s Secure File Gateway product line, which is designed to protect U.S.-based government agencies from all cyber threats
  • Secure File Gateway for email has protected most common targets for malicious attacks, such as banking scams, spear phishing, zero-day and ransomware
  • On market close, Senetas Corporation is up 16.7 per cent and is trading for 7 cents

Senetas Corporation’s (SEN) subsidiary, Votiro, has entered a partnership and distribution agreement with U.S.-based data security solutions provider, Thales.

Under the agreement, Thales will offer solutions from Votiro’s Secure File Gateway product line, including email and web applications, which is designed to protect government agencies in North America from all cyber threats.

The companies will work together to provide efficient digital services that will protect government agencies from malware penetration. Malware comes in the form of viruses, worms, Trojan horses and ransomware. It is a software that is designed to damage and destroy computers and computer systems.

Secure File Gateway for email has protected most common target for malicious attacks, such as banking scams, spear phishing, zero-day and ransomware.

“Votiro’s Secure File Gateway product line has long been adopted and trusted by governments around the world, and now our new partnership with Thales will allow more federal government agencies in the U.S. the opportunity to access solutions at a time when security is paramount,” CEO and founder of Votiro, Aviv Grafi said.

President of Thales Trusted Cyber-Technologies, Kirk Spring, said the partnership will help government agencies streamline operations by securing incoming data that governments must process.

“Utilising this solution is one step governments can take to work towards a primary goal—to ensure the well-being of their people through leveraging technology to improve everyday services,” he said.

On market close, Senetas Corporation is up 16.7 per cent and is trading for 7 cents each.

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