Datapipe Gets Prestigious Cloud Security Product of the Year Award

Datapipe is a provider of secured, managed cloud hosting solutions for businesses all around the world.
Datapipe provides businesses with a partner in cloud, giving businesses the ability to deliver, scale and secure their cloud environments in accordance with their particular industries individual standards.
Datapipe’s Access Control Model for AWS, better known as DACMA, has been awarded with SVC’s prestigious “Cloud Security Product of the Year” award, setting Datapipe apart from the pack in terms of industry recognition for delivering secured cloud products within hybrid computing environments.
You may be asking, “Why are cloud security analysts raving about Datapipe’s Access Control Model?”
The DACMA was created to help businesses implement the best security practices for their AWS deployments. DACMA gives your organizations the required security policies it needs in order operate in the public cloud.
DACMA provides benefits such as:

  • Role Based Access
  • Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Managed Support without having to provide Admin/Root access
  • Accountability Auditing and Tracking

Datapipe’s Access Control Manager for AWS helps your business reduce its attack surface by locking down many of the items that hackers could potentially target.
“We developed DACMA, an AWS best practice methodology, to bring to market a deeper level of trust and security specifically focused on protecting and safeguarding an enterprise’s virtual infrastructure,” says Joel Friedman, Chief Technology & Security Officer for Datapipe
“This latest award is testament to Datapipe’s deep understanding and experience in effectively planning, building and running highly secure and available AWS environments for clients across the globe,” added Friedman.
This isn’t the first time that Datapipe has received recognition for its security products. Datapipe has also been recognized by Gartner in 2014 and 2015 as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Cloud-Enabled Managed Hosting.