The Bengaluru-based start-up emerged as the top three firms in the Cybersecurity category and is one of the 50 start-ups to be recognized by NASSCOM. The awards aim to recognize cutting edge solutions by Indian start-ups and SecurelyShare was selected among 700 entries for its innovative approach to set new trends in cyber security within the start-up ecosystem in the country.
Backed by seven US-granted patents, DSG Vault by SecurelyShare helps enterprises take an ‘Inside Out’ approach towards protecting data and complying with privacy laws by embedding security, access controls, usage policies, consent and constraints at the data level to enforce data privacy.
“The award is quite significant for us as it is a recognition of our work in data privacy, data security and data governance,” says Prakash Baskaran, Founder & CEO, SecurelyShare. The start-up has been working on the product for the past three years and apart from seven approved patents is awaiting 10 more applications to be filed.