Unixpac Launches LockPath, the Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) Visionary Solution to Australian Risk and Assurance Professionals.

Unixpac, the 23-year old IT security industry veteran is going strong with several new partnerships on the road map for the new financial year. The company has been always at the forefront of emerging security technologies and such is the case with the most recent partnership. Unixpac now represents LockPath, a Kansas US based solution vendor, provider of the most innovative governance risk and compliance applications (GRC).

LockPath helps companies of all sizes address the increasingly complex issues of regulatory compliance and risk management. Its innovative cloud or on-premise based software provides keen insight by correlating security information from multiple data sources with current regulations and policies to gauge risk. Easy to install and manage, the Keylight platform empowers people at every level in an organization to take control and make better business decisions. The recently released KeyLight 2.3 provides an effortless approach to establishing a comprehensive GRC program. Built from the ground up, the software delivers an unmatched level of integrated risk and regulatory intelligence by correlating security information from multiple data sources with current regulations and policies.

"LockPath has a rare combination of success factors -- a leadership team with unrivaled industry experience and the technical prowess to turn that experience into software solutions that work -- and has established itself as a force to be reckoned with in the GRC space," said Zenas Hutcheson, Senior Managing Director at Vesbridge Partners, the organisation which recently provided LockPath with $6 million of second round founding.

"LockPath has seen tremendous growth and expansion through the collaboration with our investors, customers and partners to develop uncomplicated and powerful GRC solutions that keep pace with evolving risk and regulatory compliance demands," said Chris Caldwell, CEO, LockPath. "This latest round is a testament to what we have accomplished since our founding, and we plan to use it to continue to revolutionize the GRC space and grow our team."

“We are thrilled and honored and honoured by entering this partnership with LockPath. The Australian risk and assurance professionals demand from technologies like this to reach the true potential of enterprise-wide GRC”, said Tom Piotrowski, Managing Director of Unixpac. “We are very impressed with LockPath’s attention to detail, high level of integration with security devices, but also easy implementation and incredible state of the art thinking to today and tomorrow’s GRC challenges.”

About LockPath Founded and led by governance, risk and compliance industry veterans, LockPath is backed by a strong mix of venture capital and technology executives with deep operational expertise across the enterprise, cloud and security industries. The company is headquartered in Kansas City. For more information, visit the company’s web site at www.lockpath.com.

About Unixpac Pty Ltd. Unixpac, founded in 1989, is a market leader in the distribution of IT security solutions and services in Australia and New Zealand. Unixpac currently offers the largest and most complete portfolio of IT security solutions. With its Security-In- Depth approach the company efficiently helps its partners and clients to find best available solutions for their security problems. Unixpac offer includes the most visionary and best performing technologies as often described that way by industry analysts. These solutions are being used by Australia’s largest enterprises and government organizations. For more information, visit the company’s web site at www.unixpac.com.au. For more details please contact: Tom Piotrowski +61 412 122 284 or email: tom@unixpac.com.au

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