At Sage Data Security, we believe that information security is more than a business. It's a commitment to honor those who have entrusted you with their information assets. It is a shared responsibility and a civic duty.
As an independent information security firm, we do not represent any vendor, nor do we sell hardware or software.
We partner with our clients to create and sustain environments that realistically and cost-effectively protect information assets while maintaining a balance of productivity and operational effectiveness.
Our clients include financial institutions, healthcare organizations, government agencies, and businesses nationwide. We are honored that so many well-respected companies have chosen Sage as their security partner, because we take our mission to protect our client’s data very seriously.
Our founder and managing director, Sari Greene, initially started Sage Data Security in 2002 with an objective of teaching data security classes to company executives and network engineers. Responding to the growing number of requests for consultations, and new legislation mandating companies meet certain information security requirements, Sage directed its energy to addressing client requests.
Today the company offers a suite of services that can support our clients' entire cybersecurity lifecycle, including program development, education and training, tech testing, advisory services, and digital forensics. Our Tyler Detect service delivers advanced threat detection, incident response support, and compliance reporting across an entire environment, including endpoints, without costly hardware or dedicated resources.
Educating the public about information security is a civic duty in which we take a proactive role. Our security experts spend numerous hours dedicated to community outreach. From serving on a variety of advisory boards, speaking at local and regional conferences, to talking to community groups about identity theft, we are passionate about helping prevent information theft and fraud. We also hold an annual CyberCrime Symposium, which brings together law enforcement, financial services providers, journalists, technologists, and researchers for a two-day intensive program.