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CloudLock Recognized as One of the First Google Apps Premier Technology Partners

Cloud Security Provider Broadens Current Partnership to Expand Solutions Set Already Servicing 5 Million Google App Users

WALTHAM, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- CloudLock, the leading cloud information security provider, today announced that it has been named by Google as one of the first Google Apps Premier Technology Partners. The Premier Technology Partner recognition is reserved for companies that have satisfied a number of crucial requirements required to become a partner.

Founded in 2011, CloudLock serves the needs of organizations that leverage the cloud to accelerate business objectives. The company provides people-centric cloud-based security service for public cloud applications such as Google Apps, Salesforce and others, helping enforce security, governance and compliance requirements. CloudLock now helps to secure more than 5 million Google Apps users across 600 customers including Whirlpool, BBVA, Pandora, Financial Times, Dominion Enterprises, The Guardian and others.

"Being recognized as a Google Apps Premier Technology Partner is an honor and a testament to the breadth and strength of CloudLock's technology," said Gil Zimmermann, co-founder and CEO of CloudLock. "Working with Google gives us access to one of the best partner programs, as well as a sophisticated technology platform with advanced APIs that enable us to innovate at an incredible pace. We look forward to deepening our partnership with Google to help our mutual customers to continue to transform their businesses."

"We have been a CloudLock customer since 2013, and have seen tremendous benefits in using their cloud security suite to help to securely promote the use of Google Apps across our business," said Brian Carlson, senior systems programmer, corporate systems, communication and collaboration management of ACI Worldwide. "CloudLock's end-user notifications and automated policy actions let us embrace the collaborative benefits of 'going cloud,' without concerns over data loss or accidental exposure."

About CloudLock

CloudLock is the cloud data security company. Its information security applications enable organizations to enforce regulatory, operational, and security compliance in public cloud platforms. The largest organizations in the world trust CloudLock to secure their data in the cloud, increase collaboration, and reduce their risk. For more information about the company or reseller opportunities visit www.cloudlock.com or follow CloudLock on Twitter @CloudLock.

CloudLock is a proprietary trademarks of CloudLock, Inc. All other products or names may be trademarks of their respective companies.

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InkHouse for CloudLock
781-966-4108
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