BEW Global Launches 'BEW LABS' With Custom Data Protection Application Development Team

Tue Feb 26, 2013 10:03am EST

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  DENVER, CO, Feb 26 (Marketwire) -- 
RSA CONFERENCE - International data protection experts BEW Global
launches 'BEW LABS' with its team of advanced, custom developers at this
week's RSA Conference 2013. BEW LABS has the capability to write custom
applications to enhance the out-of-the-box functionality of the
industry's leading data loss prevention, web security, email security,
and security information event management (SIEM) solutions. 

    Leveraging API platforms provided by the leading data protection
solutions, BEW LABS' team of custom developers can write innovative
custom applications that extend the feature set of existing technologies
tailored to meet each customer's unique business requirements. BEW LABS'
custom development team can create applications for data protection
technologies that are already installed and running, as well as build
custom data protection applications for companies that aren't using data
protection technologies. The custom development team can develop an
application to do literally anything based on the customer's unique
business requirements. Examples include:

--  Creating greater integration with digital rights management and
    encryption technologies, far exceeding current capabilities offered by
    out-of-the-box data protection solutions


--  Rapidly pulling data feeds from multiple security applications and
    appliances, and consolidating it in ways that provide meaningful
    analytics and business intelligence


"For years we've been getting requests from clients for
functionality that would increase their security and efficiency but isn't
provided in the out-of-the-box data protection solution," said Chuck
Bloomquist, BEW Global CTO. "In response to our customers, we created a
team of best-of-breed developers that can write custom code to fill the
software's gaps based on each customer's needs." 

    BEW Global has been developing custom applications for clients on a
select basis for the past year. One custom application BEW Global
recently developed for one of its Fortune 500 clients involved customized
actions in the Symantec DLP system. In short, this custom application is
a button in the customer's Symantec DLP system that automatically moves a
sensitive file into an encrypted share and leaves a tombstone where the
file was. Other types of solutions BEW Global has developed for clients
include advanced reporting and analytics that pull data across multiple

    "No software solution can meet every customer's needs, but BEW Global
doesn't tell our clients 'it can't be done.' We find a way to make it
happen," said Robert Eggebrecht, BEW Global President/CEO. "BEW Global's
custom development offering will increase the functionality and usability
of data protection software immensely for our customers. Our customers no
longer have to take the out-of-the-box functionality, or wait for the
vendor to update critical features of their software."

    About BEW Global
 Since 2002, BEW Global has successfully implemented
hundreds of data protection programs in more than 23 countries and
currently manages solutions in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific
regions. BEW Global's service and product offerings include: Consulting
Services, Managed Services, Technical Services, Product Solutions, and
Security Assessments. BEW Global's Intelisecure managed data protection
services offer 24/7 coverage around the globe with local support in 130
countries and has developed services specific to localized policy
development and translation. BEW Global is an independent expert that
works with the leading data protection solutions including: Symantec,
McAfee, RSA (NYSE: EMC), Websense (NASDAQ: WBSN), Proofpoint (NASDAQ:
PFPT), BlueCoat & Cisco. More information is available at


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