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I Think Security launches LOQ digital security service for asset managers

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Cyber security lab I Think Security Ltd has launched LOQ, a secure information technology that keeps proprietary information and communications secure for asset managers and their high net worth clients.

“It’s our most advanced security solution yet, with outstanding features and benefits,” says Dr Cédric Jeannot, founder and CEO of I Think Security Ltd. “We’re giving asset managers a competitive advantage, while reducing risk exposure and simplifying compliance, all in one easy-to-use package.”
Information can be stored in public clouds or hosted on private clouds (behind a firewall) for companies to maintain greater ownership and to leverage cloud infrastructure. With an advanced disaster recovery feature and automated backup, LOQ ensures loss prevention and protection of all shielded assets. Also compliance friendly, LOQ can store sensitive information in the appropriate countries and jurisdictions on the server of your choice.
LOQ provides a secure way for asset managers and their clients to share information of any size, on any media, including e-mail, thumb drive, and cloud. Users can also share instantly with a secure dedicated channel that transfers information directly from one desktop to another. Additional features, like geo-fencing and device restrictions help to regulate access and support compliance needs.
Integrated into the local file system, LOQ provides seamless information control, from where and when a recipient accesses a file to what device they access it on, guaranteeing document protection. LOQ can also generate detailed reports of audit trails and versioning on demand, to ensure that the control of information is always maintained. For additional control, real-time notifications, available via email or SMS, ensure that there is never any risk losing important data.  

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