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Liaison Technologies appoints Cybercom as reseller partner for The Nordics and Eastern Europe

Liaison Technologies, a global provider of secure cloud-based integration and data management services and solutions, today announced the appointment of Cybercom Group to resell and deploy its award-winning Tokenization solution, Liaison Protect, in The Nordics and Eastern Europe.

As an established turn-key solution provider Cybercom offers end-to-end solutions in security, digital solutions, connected engineering and connectivity management to customers in telecom, industry, automotive, media, retail, banking and finance and the public sector.

With Liaison Protect as part of its solution portfolio Cybercom will be able to help customers secure all manner of sensitive, high-value and regulated data including personally identifiable information (PII) such as Social Security numbers, National Insurance numbers, payroll data and bank account numbers; protected health information (PHI), including health records and claim’s data; and payment card industry data (PCI), including credit card numbers and loyalty information.

Mikko Soirola, Vice President Sales Europe said, “Liaison Technologies is delighted to enter into this strategic partnership with Cybercom in the Nordics. It significantly extends our regional capability to deliver leading data security solutions across Europe. Data protection is a serious concern for many organisations, and with the combined strength of Liaison solutions and Cybercom data security expertise, customers can be reassured that their sensitive data is fully protected.”

Cybercom has achieved certification for the Liaison Protect Security suite and is now ready to deliver Tokenization to complement its other solutions and services. Petri Kymäläinen, Vice President Digital Services, Cybercom Finland said, “As a result of this partnership with Liaison Technologies, Cybercom will be able to provide highly robust, Format Preserving Tokenization and encryption. Our customers will benefit from innovative, proven technology and be able to achieve compliance with Europe’s fast changing regulations for PII and PCI. This is crucial to Cybercom’s commitment to continue to provide innovation to its customers.”

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