Cryptzone Buys HiSoftware, Kurt Mueffelmann to Lead Combined Firm

Kurt-Mueffelmann
Kurt Mueffelmann

Cryptzone has bought compliance and security provider HiSoftware Inc. for an undisclosed amount in a move to grow security offerings for data stored in cloud computing platforms, mobile devices and data centers.

Kurt Mueffelmann,  HiSoftware’s CEO, will serve as chief executive at the combined company,   Cryptzone said Friday.

“Through this acquisition, we believe the ‘new’ Cryptzone will be uniquely positioned to deliver end-to-end solutions for organizations attempting to secure their most important data and applications, ” said Barry Field, partner at Medina Capital, the parent company of Cryptzone.

Boston-based Cryptzone will incorporate HiSoftware’s Compliance Sheriff Web, Security Sheriff and Site Sheriff offerings into its existing product suite.

Enterprise and government clients use HiSoftware’s compliance suite in work to ensure compliance of website contents based on existing policies and standards.

HiSoftware also delivers content security and site management services within Microsoft SharePoint.

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