Orange has partnered with two security firms to provide a wide range of network protection systems for business customers.
The partnerships with Becrypt and Barron McCann will boost Orange's connectivity portfolio by offering improved network security and data encryption for mobile communications and storage.
Michael Lawrence, head of corporate propositions at Orange, explained that the partnership with Barron McCann is designed to improve security for mobile workers accessing virtual private networks through Orange.
"The Barron McCann system is Communications-Electronics Security Group (CESG) approved from Intelligence Levels two through five, and means mobile workers can securely access data contained in databases," he said.
"Firms in the private and public sectors need to ensure that information being viewed is kept secure, and this partnership improves that offering."
The deal with Becrypt, meanwhile, offers CESG approved encryption for information stored on laptops.
"Data on laptops may not always be connected online but it is vital that it is secure at all times. By partnering with Becrypt we can offer a more complete system for customers to guarantee security for their data," said Lawrence.
Orange also announced a flexible billing system for the security services to allow customers to pay for access with an upfront single payment or in monthly instalments.
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