Sensitive data and crisis management: Iremos acquires Thom’AS and joins forces with ALE

Sensitive data and crisis management: Iremos acquires Thom'AS and joins forces with ALE Cybersecurity

Specializing in security and risk management strategies, the Iremos firm has acquired R / D / I + and its Thom’AS software for managing sensitive data. He is also integrating his Iremos Crisis solution with the Rainbow videoconference cloud platform from Alcatel-Lucent Entreprise to unite remote crisis cells.

At the start of the year, Iremos, a consulting firm and software publisher, engaged in crisis management and security strategies, acquired R / D / I +. Founded in 1983 in Brest by engineer Carole Sorel, specialized in IT development, the acquired company is at the origin of Thom’AS sensitive data management software, a benchmark in the Security and Defense industry. Iremos can now offer this tool intended for companies handling classified information and media (ISC). Some of his customers are already using it. The software is used to manage personnel authorization, security annexes and regulatory compliance. Among its features, it provides real-time visualization of the progress of the authorization files.

Carole Sorel, president of RDI +, will stay two more years with Iremos to “gently transmit” her “knowledge of the product and its users”, confirms in a press release the one who designed the Thom’AS solution. The company founded in 2006 by Arnaud Kremer and Richard Drapeau will thus perpetuate the activities of RDI + and support the evolutions of its software with the objective of developing on the market for the management of sensitive data. In 2019, Iremos carried out 300 consultancy assignments with 35 specialized employees. The French cabinet currently has 10,000 users worldwide.

Iremos Crisis integrates into the ALE Rainbow cloud videoconferencing service

In Iremos news, a partnership with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALE) is also leading to the integration of the ALE Rainbow collaboration solution with Iremos Crisis software. The latter makes it possible to hold a handrail and an action plan during sensitive periods so that “members of a crisis cell can follow the evolution of a situation without being physically assembled,” explains the editor. In this context, Rainbow will be used to organize remote meetings through its audio and video conferencing, chat and screen sharing tools. Created and developed in France by ALE, the Rainbow cloud service is currently used by 2 million users worldwide for 30,000 customers.


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