Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BRISBANE, Australia - Apr 28, 2016 - Cryptsoft announce an extension of their existing relationship with BDT Storage GmbH to enable wider deployment of their industry leading Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) technology throughout BDT Storage’s Flexstor and Multistak product ranges.
“BDT and Cryptsoft have a long history of working together to meet the security demands of the storage market,” said Bernd Krause, CEO of BDT Storage GmbH. “Accelerating demand for KMIP has driven our decision to include this critical technology throughout our current and projected product ranges. By embedding Cryptsoft’s KMIP SDKs, we have ensured that BDT storage products can seamlessly integrate into the most secure enterprise environments.”
“The strategic relationship between Cryptsoft and BDT Storage is focussed on extending Cryptsoft’s open standards based key management technology throughout the storage industry by leveraging BDT Storage’s position as a dominant OEM supplier to that market,” said Greg Scott, CEO at Cryptsoft. “This enhances security in our customers enterprise systems to ensure that the critical data contained in their tape library remains secure yet available to the end users in a flexible and timely manner.”
About Cryptsoft Pty Ltd
Cryptsoft is a privately-held Australian company with 20 years’ experience in the cryptographic and security markets. Cryptsoft’s Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) and PKCS#11 software development kits (SDKs) for Server and Client empowers vendors to provide the secure, simplified, and vendor-agnostic interoperable enterprise key management solutions the global market is demanding. Cryptsoft is an OASIS Foundational Sponsor, SNIA and SSIF Voting Member. http://www.cryptsoft.com
About BDT Storage GmbH
BDT is a leading designer and manufacturer of solutions for data management. BDT storage systems ensure long-term storage and archiving of big data – reliably and easily, current products include compact and automated data storage systems using different media such as tape and removable disk. http://www.bdt.de/en/ Source :