DLT-Ubiq Partnership to Offer Data Security Services to Public Sector

Jeff Brody

DLT Solutions has entered into an agreement with cybersecurity firm Ubiq to market the latter’s digital data security offerings to public sector clients. The partnership will allow Ubiq to assist government customers in protecting various data types on any device and environment, DLT said Wednesday.

Ubiq offers asynchronous multithreading methods to lower resource overhead, optimize data transmission accuracy and mitigate potential latency issues from traditional data security systems. The company has also developed a software tool to help users ease the effects of data theft.

“Working with DLT allows us to provide government agencies and their suppliers the means to transparently secure critical data, exponentially mitigating mission risk,” said Wias Issa, CEO at Ubiq.

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