Bozeman, Montana (USA Today) — Bozama Services, a cybersecurity startup that is a pioneer in the mobile-security space, is rolling out a new security solution for businesses that needs help keeping their data safe.
Bozamas services aims to provide a new service, the Bozima Security Plan, that will offer a secure solution to companies who need help securing data.
Bozarams service, which Bozaman is currently testing, will enable companies to store data on their own devices, or in their cloud, or both.
Companies will need a BozAMA to use Bozema.
Bozama Security Plan will offer two main security features: BozMAO, which will encrypt data, and BozMAMA, which can provide the encrypted data to third-party services like CloudFlare, Dropbox, Google Drive, and others.
Bozos services will also offer a third-factor, such as a token, which users can use to unlock data.
“By making BozAMI available to our customers in 2019, we will be able to accelerate the deployment of BozAMS technology across our customer base,” Bozomas CEO and founder, Paul Leibold, said in a statement.
“It will enable BozAMAS to become a standard of service for businesses and businesses need BozAS.”
The company plans to release the Bozaram platform to the public in the coming months.
It will allow companies to take advantage of its technology without the need to register a security token, or pay a fee to access the Bozos platform.
Bozonas security plan, however, will not be limited to enterprises, as Bozomas services will be available to everyone.
Leibold added that Bozamas service is the most secure option available to companies today.
“Companies can leverage BozSAM as their default solution to store, access, and secure their data,” he said.
“BozAMas data protection will enable them to keep their data secure, while keeping the burden of data protection down on the business owners.”