Especially in a world with increased remote working, data governance risks for corporations and law firms aren’t only centered on review and production of communications. Cybersecurity is increasingly taking a centered role, and communication archiving and monitoring company Smarsh is responding in kind.

Today, Smarsh announced it has acquired cybersecurity-focused tech company Entreda, whose software includes the Unify cyber risk platform, as well as systems and training. Through the acquisition, Entrada will function as a standalone subsidiary of Smarsh, maintaining its branding and the leadership of co-founder and CEO Sid Yenamandra.

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