Originally posted on Channel Daily News.
On February 1, 2022, Sydney, Nova Scotia-based Information security and data privacy management platform provider Securicy announced it has changed its name to Carbide.
Securicy was founded in 2016 by Darren Gallop and Laird Wilton, to help provide fast-growing businesses with enterprise-class information security and data privacy solutions.
Carbide remains committed to that mission.
The Carbide name is inspired by Cape Breton, Nova Scotia’s historic role in the mining industry where carbide lamps were an essential tool to illuminate the path ahead – Carbide aims to do the same for high-growth SaaS companies as they navigate the ever-changing information security landscape.
Along with the rebrand, Carbide announced a series of exciting updates to its platform, including the introduction of technical integrations and support for key industry frameworks and regulations including ISO 27001, PCI DSS, and NIST.
Learn more about the rebrand and platform update in this edition of Channel Daily News’ Channel Bytes.