CyGov is Rebranding its Platform as Centraleyes
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CyGov is Rebranding its Platform as Centraleyes

By Gov CIO Outlook | Thursday, September 17, 2020

Yair Solow, CEO

CyGov has recently announced a rebranding of its platform with automating inputs, integrating data & visualizing risks.

FREMONT, CA: The cloud-based cyber risk platform provider CyGov has recently announced an overall rebranding of its platform. The latest brand will prioritize the platform's supremacy in helping companies accomplish unmatched risk awareness and compliance levels.

In the past few months, CyGov has confirmed about extending their initiatives, partnerships, and global joint ventures to increase its growth speed. Recently, such an upward curve was emphasized with the launch of the platform's latest version, which also includes several new significant features and upgrades to its architecture.

For maintaining the speed of the development and ongoing improvement, the platform has been named as Centraleyes. It refers to the integration of numerous sources of risk data along with business functions and impact. Moreover, the platforms tagline Risk Management Reimagined also supports the promise of transforming the way they integrate information for analysis, understanding, and remediation.

The Centraleyes platform restructures various types of data feeds into one, straightforward, actionable interface. It allows organizations to recognize the gaps and close them. Therefore, the companies implementing Centraleyes save time, protect resources, and sustain cyber resilience in a world of ever-evolving risks.

The New York-based strategic team Brandsinger has worked with CyGov for developing the new branding package. Brandsingers acquired the partner Pencil Worx Design and created a dynamic yet straightforward logo in one continuous looping line. It expresses the constant platform consolidation of data in real-time for immediate assessment and action.

According to CyGov CEO, Yair Solow, "Having worked with dozens of CISOs around the world, we white-boarded the concept and engineered it from the ground up. Clients see the platform for the first time and instinctively understand its benefits. We needed our brand experience to match the satisfaction clients and partners have experienced with the platform itself. I'm thrilled to see our name, look, and feel live up to the industry's finest interface for cyber risk and compliance management."

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