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Data Protection Company Announces Massive Revenue Growth

In an era where your data is readily accessible at the touch of a button, the threat of your most valuable information falling into the wrong hands is more concerning than ever.

Trivalent, an Annapolis-based data protection company that launched in 2014, is transforming the way information is defended against prying eyes with their innovative “data alchemy” method. A mere three years later, this effective tool has led to 250 percent revenue growth for Trivalent as more industries see the power of this tool.

The company says their protection is designed to travel with the data and ensure constant protection for when a breach occurs.

Ermis Sfakiyanudis
Ermis Sfakiyanudis, Trivalent President & CEO

“We assume your data will be breached,” said Trivalent President and CEO Ermis Sfakiyanudis. “We make sure that when it is, the data appears as a corrupted file rendering the information unusable.”

This approach goes beyond the typical full-disk encryption and file-state monitoring used by other data protection companies and ensures that potentially vulnerable industries, such as healthcare, can safely offer accessible information to consumers without the risk of damaging breaches.

Trivalent, which started off working mainly with the Department of Defense, is now preparing to provide protection to credit card processors, public safety entities, healthcare, and other critical infrastructure.

“We’re just getting started,” said Sfakiyanudis. “We see 2017 as a year of rapid growth. This will be the year we announce what’s been happening behind the scenes.”

Having achieved massive revenue growth and more than tripled both staff and office space in just three years, it’s no mystery why Trivalent has set the bar high for the coming months.

For more information about Trivalent, visit www.trivalent.co.

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