CapLinked Teams With Quipa to Protect Business Transactions With Military-Grade Security
CapLinked, the cloud-based platform that makes business transactions simple and secure, announced today it is partnering with Quipa, a software company delivering a new and revolutionary approach to secure network connectivity, to deliver a military-grade security alternative for organizations conducting sensitive business and financial transactions in the cloud. As a result of the partnership, CapLinked will offer its enterprise customers the option to leverage Quipa's innovative data-in-transit security technology for transferring files in and out of the cloud.
Using a patented approach that's more agile and secure than traditional VPN technologies, Quipa's QuipaLoop software segments a network into "loops" of trusted devices. Unlike a physical network, the loop is a non-addressable virtual overlay that is secured by self-authenticating, trusted devices. QuipaLoop can operate across one or many physical networks and is easily deployed on mobile devices as well as traditional laptop or desktop computers. QuipaLoop eliminates the security weaknesses that result from spoof-able certificate authorities common to SSL VPN, and it avoids reliance on third parties for trust assurance.
"At CapLinked, we are continually seeking cutting edge technologies that offer improved alternatives for security without impacting our product's ease-of-use," said CapLinked CEO Eric M. Jackson. "QuipaLoop offers a defense-grade alternative to securing data-in-transit across public networks that does not involve a third party and is not dependent on the browser type. This allows CapLinked to offer its customers a security option that's both state-of-the-art and unobtrusive."
CapLinked's online platform helps companies manage and close complex business transactions such as asset sales, financings, and mergers & acquisitions. CapLinked enables customers to close deals faster, exchange files securely, and manage more deals at any given time. The Wall Street Journal called CapLinked "the go-to place for setting up and closing deals," and Inc. Magazine named CapLinked to its list of "5 Back-Office Tech Innovations." The company recently announced that it had secured Series A financing from FF Angel, Siemer Ventures, 500 Startups, and Peter Thiel (the co-founder of PayPal), among others.