Source: Digital Insight
Digital Insight Corp. (Nasdaq: DGIN), the leading on-demand banking provider, and Tablus Inc., a leading provider of comprehensive content protection solutions, announced today the companies are working together to further strengthen the layers of security protecting Digital Insight client financial institutions and their end users.
Under the terms of the agreement, Digital Insight will implement Tablus Content Sentinel to enhance its existing ability to manage and control sensitive data stored within Digital Insight's world-class data center. The relationship underscores Digital Insight's commitment to protect its client financial institutions and help ensure end users' peace of mind.
Digital Insight approaches security by addressing it in four key areas: systems, partnerships, operations and architecture. Together these elements create what Digital Insight refers to as a "Deep Defense" that helps provide prevention, detection, correction and reporting of both potential and actual fraud. Tablus Content Sentinel strengthens Digital Insight's security strategy by extending industry-leading monitoring capabilities across Digital Insight's dispersed computing environment.
"Tablus' content protection solutions help provide increased visibility and stronger controls over sensitive data stored on our equipment -- giving our leading data center infrastructure yet another safeguard to protect our clients," said Digital Insight Vice President of Security and Compliance Scott Mackelprang. "We are committed to implementing technology solutions that promote strict adherence to information security polices governing the storage and protection of confidential data."
Tablus provides organizations with the ability to monitor and protect data-at-rest, data-in-motion and data-in-use through its family of content protection products. Through the use of a distributed architecture and Information at Risk dashboard, Tablus Content Sentinel is able to provide businesses with a complete view of their sensitive data, including Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and data related to the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard.
"We support Digital Insight's commitment to protect its customers by offering the necessary tools to build a stronger security architecture," said Anne Bonaparte, president and CEO of Tablus. "As an integral part of the company's overall security strategy, Tablus' proven technology provides Digital Insight with increased visibility and greater control of its sensitive information."
Digital Insight maintains interfaces to more than 100 core processing platforms and more than 175 technology partners, enabling the company to effectively integrate hundreds of products and services with the core systems of a large number of financial institutions. The company monitors the security and reliability of all these technology interfaces from within its own data center, which delivered a record 99.94% uptime performance in 2005.
"Nothing we do as a company is more important than giving our clients the peace of mind that they are protecting their customers and members and complying with the increasingly complex and fast-changing world of on-line security," added Digital Insight Chairman, President and CEO Jeff Stiefler. "This new partnership with Tablus is just the latest step we have taken to enhance our best-of-breed Deep Defense suite of security applications."