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Xage Introduces New IIoT Data Security Offering

By Ken Briodagh March 31, 2020

Xage Security, developer of blockchain-protected cybersecurity solutions for IIoT, reportedly has developed a new Dynamic Data Security offering, enforcing what it’s calling “tamperproof data security.” Extending the capabilities of its Security Fabric, Xage said in a recent release that it now enables secure and dynamic data sharing between multiple systems, multiple locations, and multiple parties.

Dynamic Data Security is designed to ensure authenticity, integrity and privacy for data shared between different applications, machines, organizations, and locations. Xage’s operational data-hardening implementation reportedly tamperproofs and replicates the data's security information via the Xage Fabric to wherever the data will be consumed, which helps organizations to share data from the edge to the data-center to the cloud.

“Xage was founded to underpin digital transformation across real-world operations. As today’s businesses face waves of disruption, holistic cybersecurity is the foundation for new technologies that increase operational efficiency and intelligence,” said Duncan Greatwood, Xage. “With this new level of security and control for data sharing, we’re empowering businesses to embrace these innovations and improve theways they operate, work with partners and suppliers, serve customers, and more.”

At the same time, Xage announced that it is working with Dematic, a supplier of integrated automated supply chain technology, software and services, to support ecommerce companies.

“Xage helps enable a security-first approach to operational improvement,” said Amadou Diaw, Director of IoT, Dematic. “The ability to enforce this level of tamperproof data security can unlock new opportunities for secure collaboration, operational efficiency, and innovation.”


Ken Briodagh is a storyteller, writer and editor with about two decades of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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