Theta Lake Named 2019 Gartner Cool Vendor in Network and Cyber-Physical Systems Security

If you are part of a legal and compliance team or an information security and risk team, you should learn why Theta Lake’s compliance artificial intelligence (AI) for video, voice and unified digital communication made the 2019 Gartner Cool Vendors Report.

Theta Lake, a leader in compliance artificial intelligence (AI) for video, voice, and unified digital communication, follows its recent selection out of 200 vendors into the 2019 FinTech Innovation Lab New York with being named by Gartner as a 2019 Cool Vendor in Network and Cyber-Physical Systems Security*, making it one of only four companies in the world acknowledged this year in this category.

Theta Lake’s multi-patent pending AI helps compliance teams more effectively and quickly scale their compliance risk detection and the workflows for communication supervision of modern video, voice, and unified collaboration systems. “Voice and video content security remains poorly covered by traditional information security technologies, such as IDPS or network traffic analysis (NTA), data loss prevention, archiving, and eDiscovery,” Reed wrote.

“We’re excited that Gartner would recognize Theta Lake as a 2019 Cool Vendor,” said Devin Redmond, co-founder and CEO of Theta Lake. “As a team that’s been a part of delivering former leading web gateways, data loss prevention, and communication compliance systems, it is great to be noticed for our pioneering technology that addresses the broadening gaps in coverage for video, visual, and voice communications. To us, recognition like this lets us know we’re on the right track, and we’ll continue to innovate new ways to help our customers.”

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* Gartner, Cool Vendors in Network and Cyber-Physical Systems Security, Earl Perkins, Neil MacDonald, Katell Thielemann, Brian Reed, 16 April 2019.

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