Strasbourg, Luxembourg 23 February 2017 – Digora, a digital services company specializing in data management and digital infrastructures, announced that EBRC (European Business Reliance Centre), a European player specializing in the management of critical IT applications and IT security, entered into its shareholder base.
At the International Forum of Cybersecurity (FIC), EBRC will present all of its skills in responding to issues related to sensitive information and infrastructure management. The company offers a full range of end-to-end Cybersecurity solutions from Consulting to Continuity. Interview by Global Security Mag (France)
EBRC, leader in the highly-secured Cloud in central Europe and reference in terms of management of sensitive information, unveils its "Powered by EBRC" program. Its essence: to accompany and to promote a catalogue of business solutions, relying on a Trusted ecosystem.
Oracle Luxembourg has awarded EBRC "Cloud Technology Partner of the year". This title crowns a particularly fruitful year for EBRC on the technological platforms of Oracle, specifically those enabling the deployment of database and cloud services.
Datacenters are the cornerstone of the digital economy that lies at the heart of Luxembourg's digital strategy, but these giants are also among the most energy-hungry infrastructures. EBRC's "Trusted Services Europe" prove that taking steps to counter this tendency is possible, and that environmental concerns can be reconciled with an efficient digital economy. It is this unconditional commitment that was praised by the jury made up of leaders from all sectors at a gathering of about 300 C-level managers of Luxembourg's business world on October 4, 2016.
With the solid foundation of its unique expertise in the management of sensitive data and the digital transformation of businesses, EBRC continues its international expansion. The company now plans to grow beyond the borders of Luxembourg by creating services with high added value that directly respond to business needs.
"Luxembourg should follow the German model, which promotes a high level of data protection, or even exceed it, advocates Yves Reding. If we want to be part of a European cloud in the future, it is indeed necessary to focus on the protection of our sovereign data. Obviously you need to be pragmatic and business-friendly and not succumb to dogma. But issues of security and privacy will become key questions. To be credible and competitive in this field at the international level, we have to be exemplary on our own territory and have a sovereign cloud regulated with a unique security level which will serve as a reference to others." Yves Reding CEO Yves Reding CEO
On the 1st of December, ICT companies were awarded for their 2016 solutions by the Jury of the Luxembourg ICT Awards Gala 2016 which counted the Prime Minister Mister Xavier Bettel amongst its 1.000 guests. EBRC is proud to confirm the adage… Good things come in threes!