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  • Leonovus Inc. (LTV) published a white paper on how its secure and smart data management technology can protect enterprises from cyber attacks
  • In December 2020, the U.S., UK, and Canadian governments all warned the public of an active Advanced Persistent Threat, which became known as the SolarWinds Hack
  • Leonovus Chair and CEO Michael Gaffney said the company's end-to-end data-centric security and smart data management solution for data lakes could have significantly reduced the damage caused by the SolarWinds Hack
  • The Leonovus data-centric security design embedded within its smart data management solution has considerable added benefits to the organization
  • Leonovus is at C$1.05 per share

Leonovus Inc. (LTV) published a white paper on how its secure and smart data management technology provides can protect enterprises from cyber attacks.

In December 2020, the U.S., the UK, and Canadian governments all warned the public of an active Advanced Persistent Threat, which became known as the SolarWinds Hack.

As of December 2020, SolarWinds had 300,000 customers, including nearly all Fortune 500 companies and many government agencies. According to public filings, the attack affected 18,000 customers directly.

Leonovus Chair and CEO Michael Gaffney said the company's end-to-end data-centric security and smart data management solution for data lakes could have significantly reduced the damage caused by the SolarWinds Hack.

Leonovus integrates with Zero Trust strategies and architectures. The system seamlessly extends data-centric controls across the organization’s existing storage and network infrastructures—on-premises, in the cloud, or both, with cybersecurity capabilities for the entire lifespan of the data and beyond.

The Leonovus data-centric security design embedded within its smart data management solution has considerable added benefits to the organization.

Because the data-centric architecture supports the inclusion of deep context from the point of origin, IT operations and data science experts benefit from more metadata and valuable contextual information.

Leonovus' data lakes are smarter and more secure. Analytics become faster and richer, making for better insights driven from the data repository, whether based on the raw data or meaningfully transformed for analytics-driven through data warehouses.

Leonovus also dramatically reduces the overall cost of data integration and storage because it can seamlessly optimize data storage—another benefit of a data-centric design.

“Since 2019, three departments in the Canadian federal government have tested our Vault and Smart Filer technology. After a year of testing, we are now negotiating a multi-year contract with one department and accelerating the final testing in another,” Gaffney said.

Leonovus is a secure and smart data management software company.

Leonovus is at C$1.05 per share.

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