London, UK (PRWEB UK) 26 September 2017
Garrison today announces the launch of Silicon Assured Video Isolation (Garrison SAVI®), a hardware-level cyber security technology that provides ultra-secure access to the Internet for enterprises and government organisations. Emerging from stealth after three years of development, Garrison has already delivered Garrison SAVI® technology to large customers internationally across sectors including Financial Services, Media, Telecommunications, Professional Services and Government.
Internet access for employees presents one of the gravest threats to enterprise cyber security today. With techniques such as spearphishing, watering hole attacks and drive-by-downloads, cyber attackers ranging from criminals to nation states are successfully breaching existing enterprise defences to steal sensitive data, transfer funds, or install ransomware.
Garrison’s patented Garrison SAVI® technology provides a “secure remote browsing” platform which allows user access to the riskiest Internet content while keeping sensitive enterprise systems and data fully isolated from the risk. Industry analysts Gartner have identified remote browsing as one of the top ten most strategic technologies for enterprise cyber security (http://www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/3744917) and more than $100m has been raised by startups globally to deliver remote browsing solutions.
With more than £16m raised to date, UK-based Garrison Technology has taken a radically different approach for Garrison SAVI®. Where competing solutions use conventional software and virtualisation techniques on conventional Intel® architecture servers, Garrison has engineered a revolutionary new data centre hardware platform based on the use of ARM® technology.
Garrison SAVI® breaks the mould, delivering not only the highest level of security available in the industry, but also a better price/performance ratio than conventional approaches.
Garrison Technology Ltd is a London-based technology startup which has raised more than £16m from UK investors including Touchstone Innovations, BGF Ventures and NM Capital. Led by industry veterans David Garfield and Henry Harrison, Garrison is developing revolutionary technologies that will change the face of cyber security.
For more information contact Martha Conroy (martha.conroy(at)garrison(dot)com, +44 (0)203 890 4504) or visit http://www.garrison.com.
Touchstone Innovations plc is a leading UK technology commercialisation company based in London.
Touchstone supports scientists and entrepreneurs in the commercialisation of their ideas through protecting and licensing out intellectual property, by leading the formation of new companies, by recruiting high-calibre management teams and by providing investment and encouraging co-investment. Since becoming a public company in 2006, Touchstone has raised more than £440 million of equity from investors and invested more than £372 million across its portfolio companies
For more information contact Jon Edington (jon.edington(at)touchstoneinnovations(dot)com) +44 (0) 20 3053 8828, web http://www.touchstoneinnovations.com)
NM Capital is a London based private investment company focusing on high-growth businesses in security as well as consumer products and services.
For more information contact Tim Surridge (tsurridge(at)nmcapital(dot)com, +44 (0) 203 574 4324, web http://www.nmcapital.com).
BGF Ventures is the UK’s largest ever venture capital company dedicated to earlier stage UK technology companies, with £200m to invest. Launched in September 2015, BGF Ventures is run by a dedicated team led by Harry Briggs, Simon Calver, Rory Stirling and Wendy Tan White. BGF Ventures’ investments include Aimbrain, Gousto, Paddle and Toucan Box. BGF Ventures is part of BGF, the UK’s most active provider of growth capital to small and mid-sized businesses across a range of sectors.
For more information contact contact Sayula Kirby (sayula(at)burlington(dot)cc, +44 (0)7909 985621, web http://www.bgfventures.com).