IN2CORE Completes Cloud & App Security Assessment of QTAKE Cloud with Convergent
IN2CORE and Convergent announced the completion of a cloud and application security assessment for the QTAKE Cloud video collaboration application used by thousands of film productions around the globe.
With the increased use of cloud-based video editing applications, content owners have been keen to ensure that cloud and application security best practice standards are being followed in order to ensure that content remains safely protected throughout the creative process.
Vlado Struhar, Founder of IN2CORE commented: “Undertaking the security assessment with Convergent has been extremely useful in helping us verify the security posture of QTAKE Cloud. Furthermore, it is helping up plan for future development and upgrades. The assessment was thorough, and we found Convergent’s cloud security team very helpful.” He went on say: “Our QTAKE Cloud application – which is an all-in-one tool for remote collaboration providing low latency streaming, remote playback and metadata sharing – has seen a sharp rise in demand over the last eighteen months within the creative community.”
Mathew Gilliat-Smith, EVP at Convergent Risks said: “Both the QTAKE Cloud application and IN2CORE as a company have undergone this cloud and application security assessment and it’s encouraging to see that this is helping them provide additional reassurance to content owners as well as with their future development plans.” He went on to say: “We are seeing an increasing number of creative service vendors and SaaS applications undergoing this type of security scrutiny. The methodology we use, which has been shared with content owners and the trade bodies, is based on accepted cloud and cyber security best practices aggregated specifically for media and entertainment workflows.”