Zecurion has successfully developed and implemented security solutions providing proven and reliable protection against leaks for thousands of companies around the world. Started in 2001, this privately held company was one of the first to bring to the market highly sensitive, robust products enabling organizations to manage the risk of employees accidentally or intentionally sharing confidential information.
In addition to DLP solutions, Zecurion is expert in cryptography, and a leading provider of encryption to protect data during storage and transfer. Its product suite and integrated platform is easy to deploy – simple administration set up and policy selection – and easy to manage – with an intuitive console that can easily be customized. Zecurion is continually developing solutions including those addressing risk of leaks through social and mobile applications.
Zecurion is a global company with headquarters in Moscow and New York, and representation in Eastern and Western Europe, providing services to over 7,000 small and medium businesses as well as large global enterprises.
About the Company
Global Client Base of 7,000+ small to large enterprises & organizations
Over $5 million U.S. turnover in 2011
Founder & CEO Alexey Raevsky
Ten Years of Growth
- Founded in 2001 in Moscow by three engineers, among them current CEO Alexey Raevsky.
- In 2002, the company released the first version of Zserver.
- In 2005 the company released the first version Zlock (for peripheral devices).
- In 2006 the company expanded its market presence by opening additional offices in the U.S., Europe and the CIS.
- In 2008 the company launched Zgate monitoring HTTP, SMTP and other network traffic.
- In 2009, the company integrated and further developed its product line into a solution suite including greater interoperability with other security software and systems, including social networks and mobile web sessions.
- In 2010 and 2011 the company enhanced its analytical capabilities for greater interrogation in real time.
- In 2012 the company released Zdiscovery, designed to search for confidential information traveling over networks and archived in storage.