Newcastle upon Tyne, April 29, 2015 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Cybersecurity experts Thomas Stanford have signed a strategic partnership agreement with mobile payments security provider, Omlis, in a recent move toward delivering high integrity security solutions. The companies will implement Omlis’ high integrity security solution for mobile payments into a range of financial industries, including insurance providers, retail service providers and financial institutions.
With over 25 years of experience delivering over $100 million of IT solutions, Thomas Stanford is purposefully positioned to integrate the Omlis solution into their client base including both SMEs and corporate enterprise organizations. The partner agreement includes distribution rights for the Omlis core encryption solution.
“The security solution that Omlis brings to market will transform payment security due to the high integrity development being applied to mobile payments for the first time,” said Colin McTrusty, CEO of Thomas Stanford Cybersecurity. “Omlis are at the forefront of mobile payments and we are proud to help them deliver a new standard for security in payments.”
Thomas Stanford offer fraud prevention services and tools for preventing online identity fraud, phishing attacks and for device reputation and recognition. Their comprehensive cybersecurity suite includes strategies, tools and resources for managing risk. For enterprise organizations, Thomas Stanford offers methods for managing privilege, access management and resources. They also offer tools and strategies for attack detection, prevention of common attacks like secure network engineering; as well as providing training for security skills, penetration testing and red team exercises.
“We see great opportunities in working with Omlis, who provide a core encryption solution that can be applied across the security ecosystem to effectively secure communications in a range of applications,” said Gavin Wilcox, Director at Thomas Stanford. “Their product plays a key role in the growth of our organization and a strategic direction for high integrity development processes, allowing us to provide superior security solutions to our clients.”
A new organization, Thomas Stanford Cybersecurity formed based on the success of its sister company, Thomas Stanford Design and Print Management, and will work in parallel to support clients in addressing evolving threats, controlling costs, improving operating efficiencies and supporting audit and compliance. They also work alongside a number of other influential cybersecurity organizations in the UK.
“Our relationship with Thomas Stanford allows Omlis to enter key markets in cybersecurity to showcase the immense power of the high integrity Omlis solution,” said John Stuart, Chief Commercial Officer at Omlis. “Together, we will launch an impressive suite of high integrity security products to deliver effective fraud prevention technologies.”
This partnership demonstrates the fast-paced growth Omlis has achieved within the last year. The company announced in February the agreements totaling over $31m in contracted revenues over the next five years, which occurred within their first year. Omlis has now secured a total of 13 partnerships and is positioned to deliver secure mobile payments to the global market. Based in Newcastle upon Tyne, they are expanding rapidly in line with a mass recruitment campaign for high integrity software developers, a technology space where Omlis stands at the forefront.
“I’m proud of the growth the company has seen and highly impressed with Thomas Stanford’s market position in the field of enterprise security, which Omlis is ambitious to expand into,” said Markus Milsted, CEO of Omlis. “This relationship supports Omlis in expanding our market presence by applying high integrity to the wider security sector.”
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