Kyndryl partners with Google Cloud to simplify cloud security and compliance in finance sector
Good news for financial services organizations looking to securely store sensitive data on Google Cloud in a compliant way. Kyndryl is offering new services aimed at providing a unified, scalable, and security-rich data platform that is in alignment with regulatory and compliance requirements.
“We have developed innovative services with advanced security capabilities to help financial services organizations plan and implement their data and application environment in Google Cloud,” said Meenagi Venkat, VP of Kyndryl Consult, Cloud.
The new services are based on Google Cloud’s reference architecture for financial services with a focus on automation, security, and making compliance easier for customers.
Customers will have the added benefit of using Google Cloud’s security solutions, such as Confidential Computing to encrypt their confidential data and Google Cloud Security Command Center to identify vulnerabilities and detect threats.
Kyndryl is making the transition to the cloud as seamless as possible by offering a full package. Customers will have access to Kyndryl Consult architects and engineers, developer and delivery teams, Cloud Native Managed Services, and Kyndryl compliance and security expertise.
“Kyndryl brings 30+ years of experience with designing, building and managing mission-critical IT infrastructures to provide customers what they need to run and transact their businesses in the cloud with confidence and security,” Venkat said.
Google is also excited about the collaboration and believes it’s what enterprises have been missing to facilitate large-scale digital migration.
“Services partners like Kyndryl provide the ongoing expertise and resources that many enterprises need for large-scale digital transformation projects. Kyndryl will now provide financial services companies with new solutions that apply Google Cloud’s trusted infrastructure and security tools to help customers achieve their business transformation goals,” Benjie Harrison, director of Global Alliances at Google Cloud said.