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Optimizing MSP-GDPR Efficiency with Value-Added PaaS and CaaS Solutions
By CIO Applications Europe | Tuesday, June 11, 2019
FREMONT, CA: Privacy-as-a-Service (PaaS) provider, Keepabl and the Provider of cloud managed PC and mobile device encryption, security, and data access control for Managed Service Providers(MSPs), Beachhead Solution gets into an alliance partnership and new licensing agreement. The association aims to help MSPs address their GDPR concerns, reduce risks, enhance compliance and scale new business development opportunities.
MSPs secures for its clients the GDPR area of land with robust expertise, technology solutions, and related managed services that fully address compliant concerns and avoid penalties and reputational harm. With the dawn of GDPR, Compliance-as-a-Service (CaaS) is nourishing managed offerings and new revenue opportunities for MSPs.
Keepabl is also including Beachhead’s SimplySecure solution to its privacy stack, that helps firms organize the resources they need to stay compliant with GDPR. As Robert Baugh, Founder and CEO of Keepabl note, “While GDPR isn’t a technology law, nor a pure security law, technology and security are fundamental to GDPR compliance. Tools such as SimplySecure for managed encryption of devices – including PCs, Macs, servers, smartphones, tablets and even USB storage devices – combined with other security tools are a fundamental part of compliance. We’re delighted to welcome Beachhead’s SimplySecure into the Privacy Stack.”
Keepabl aims to allow and empower its customers trusted advisors to continue delivering their trusted advice enabling its technology platform and expert products and services. Unlike the existing GDPR compliance solutions that are too technical, Keepabl realized that putting the customers’ voice bright and at the center is the key to developing the most comprehensive solution. “Keepabl focuses on keeping compliance as simple as possible so that customers can get the job done and move on to their other tasks with confidence,” adds Baugh.