TrustSphere named as a "Gartner Cool Vendor" for 2011
Gartner identified TrustSphere as one of the few highly innovative technology providers working on the mission-critical issue of protecting enterprisers' and end users' sensitive data.
According to TrustSphere, it has been included in the list of "Cool Vendors in User and Data Security 2011" report by Gartner.
Gartner defines a Cool Vendor as a company that offers technologies or solutions that are innovative, impactful and intriguing.
Mr. Manish Goel, CEO, TrustSphere said, “We are delighted to be recognized as a Gartner “Cool Vendor”. This prestigious recognition supports our belief that integrity of email communication between customer, suppliers and partners is critical for e-business”.
The report finds that startups and niche vendors rather than established players continue to drive much of the
innovation in user and data security.
“TrustSphere has built carrier grade decision support technology which automatically generates and maintains a “reputation network” of trusted correspondents for a organizations and service providers. Due to our unique telemetry, TrustSphere has also built arguably the largest “trusted correspondent” list in the world” added Mr Goel.
TrustSphere solutions, LogiQ and TrustCloud, are used by organizations to improve the integrity of messaging communication. These solutions are used to protect the organization from the impact of errors caused by conventional anti-spam systems. They essentially allow trusted, authenticated email to be “fast-tracked” through such filters. LogiQ uses self-learning algorithms to build a local reputation network in real time for an organization. This can be complemented by TrustCloud, the world’s largestauthenticated domain reputation list (“whitelist”). Both solutions have been designed to work with existing email security infrastructure to enhance trust in the messaging infrastructure whilst not disrupting the user experience.