Castlepoint named in global CyberTech100 list
Castlepoint Systems, a Canberra-headquartered AI compliance software specialist, has been named in the CyberTech100 — an annual list that recognises 100 of the world’s most innovative cyber technology companies.
Those making this year’s list were evaluated by an advisory board and regulatory analysts and recognised for the innovation of the technology solution offered, potential cost saving and efficiency improvement for clients, and company growth.
“We’re delighted to be named in the CyberTech100 for the second year running,” said Rachael Greaves, Castlepoint CEO and co-founder.
“With regulated entities coming under increasing attacks from malicious actors in attempts to access data, if a breach occurs, it’s essential to quickly understand what the exposure was.
“Knowing and applying regulatory rules is one of the best ways to reduce cyber risk. The best way to find all that risky data, track it, match it to the regulations and rules, and manage it compliantly, is via AI,” Greaves said.
Castlepoint’s AI registers every system in an environment, in the cloud and on prem. It registers every record in every system (structured or unstructured), and every file in every record, and uses natural language processing to extract all the meaningful topics and entities mentioned in every item, no matter the format. It captures every event on the data, as well as all metadata.
A full list of the CyberTech100 can be found here.
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