Atos, a digital services supplier, designed the project to provide a more simple and transparent way for it to partner with SMEs in client projects.
The initiative aims to help smaller businesses become suppliers to the public sector, including via the G-Cloud procurement framework.
The programme is back by Atos UK CEO Ursula Morgenstern who comes from an SME background and so claims to understand the challenges that smaller technology organisation may have when dealing with larger corporates.
By joining the SME Harbour, Becrypt has been apply to deploy its Disk Protect CPA encryption solution as part of a major project for a government Department and it is also working alongside Atos on other government and energy client solutions.
“The Atos SME Harbour Programme has already provided us with a great opportunity to work with a larger supplier and provide our encryption solutions as part of wider scale business technology applications for customers,” claimed Becrypt CEO Dr Bernard Parsons.
“Our specialist expertise in deploying secure data solutions complements the capability that Atos brings to large commercial and government clients, with added assurance provided through a trusted and transparent partnership,” Dr Parsons added.
“We are delighted to welcome Becrypt to the growing family of innovative companies that are part of our SME Harbour Programme,” claimed Atos Entrepreneur in Residence David Dinsdale.
“Becrypt’s specialist cyber security knowledge and practical experience helps us ensure that our clients are safer and can react swiftly as threats arise. We see Becrypt as a leader in their field of secure mobility,” Dinsdale added.