G-Cloud enables public sector organisations to more easily procure services from specialist SMEs, says Becrypt
Online PR News – 09-December-2015 – London, UK – British cyber security specialist, Becrypt, announced that it has been accepted onto the Government’s G-Cloud 7 digital marketplace. Through G-Cloud public sector organisations are now able to procure Becrypt Consultancy Services, which deliver advisory, design and implementation services for a range of End User Device (EUD) platforms, supporting organisations’ transition from Legacy to Cloud. This is the first time that Becrypt has submitted its Consultancy Services to G-Cloud and will enable customers to harness Becrypt’s specialist services, in support of and to supplement services already provided by its channel partners.
With its extensive experience of the UK Government IT security sector spanning 15 years and more, Becrypt is focused on supporting government initiatives on digital transformation. The highly trained and accredited Becrypt services team has a proven track record of designing and implementing solutions that protect some of the government’s most sensitive information. Their extensive knowledge has enabled Becrpyt to become a trusted advisor to its customers across central and local government, police and the defence sector.
Dr. Bernard Parsons, CEO at Becrypt, commented: “Becrypt is in a unique position having worked with central and local government for many years, delivering both products and services into government. Our services team take the time to develop a clear understanding of each customer’s unique business and security needs. This approach combined with our deep sector knowledge enables us to advise our customers on the right solution to support their digital transformation journey. The acceptance of Becrypt onto the Government’s G-Cloud 7 digital marketplace further underlines the knowledge and experience of our services organisation.”
The latest Digital Marketplace figures released in October 2015 showed that total sales through G-Cloud reached £806m by the end of September, while Digital Services framework sales spend climbed to £30.4m, with 61% of total sales awarded to SMEs. The Government published figures showed that central government departments continue to drive the bulk of demand for services through the Digital Marketplace.
Parsons continued: “To date, G-Cloud has delivered what it promised, enabling agile and innovative British SME’s the opportunity to interact directly with public sector organisations. By nature, SME’s are faster moving and more responsive than traditional larger outsources that have previously dominated the sector. Through the removal of barriers, public sector organisations can benefit from the knowledge, experience and the flexibility that organisations like Becrypt offer.”
NOTES TO EDITORS
Becrypt is a leading supplier of innovative mobile security solutions and services that are Government-certified, suitable for numerous industry sectors. Becrypt provides a range of cyber security solutions to protect data at rest and data in use across a broad range of platforms, including desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones, running Windows, iOS and Android. Becrypt’s secure thin client technology supports virtual data infrastructure (VDI) access, enabling secure and rapid IT transformation within the enterprise, as well as cost effective secure remote access.
Through its focus on product assurance, multiple platforms and centralised management, Becrypt’s solutions enable the most security conscious organisations to deliver cost effective compliance, whilst maintaining flexibility, choice and usability for their users.
As a leading supplier of encryption technology to the UK Government, Ministry of Defence and UK Police, Becrypt also offers cyber security consultancy and bespoke systems.
Becrypt has offices in London, UK, and McLean, VA, USA. For more information visit: www.becrypt.com
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