With the rise of hybrid work environments, cloud

computing, complex regulatory frameworks

and a continually evolving cyber threat, organisations

need a united security model that can protect data

and ensure business continuity.

BASTION a new name in Data Centric Security


BASTION Data Centric Security (DCS) is a dynamic framework data security model that significantly improves on traditional network security models.

DCS protects critical business information by encrypting the data while in use, in transit,and at rest.

Tarian Technology’s DCS system has been developed in collaboration with the UK Ministry of Defence and is specifically effective at protecting:

  • Sensitive personal data (e.g. data subject to GDPR) – ensuring the highest levels of regulatory compliance.
  • High value business critical IP – protection from both internal and external threats.
  • Business data networks with a large attack surface – a full spectrum solution across all network vulnerability points.
  • Data critical to business continuity operations – reducing risk, delay, and streamlining your data security architecture.


Bastion DCS system allows for controlled information to flow throughout your business community. Encrypted communities of interest can ensure that the appropriate information flows to the appropriate places throughout your business, securely and efficiently. This is achieved whilst also simplifying and flattening the network architecture within an organisation, saving time, complexity, and cost when administrating. Encrypting data in all positions significantly reduces the probability of information theft from both internal and external threats. Simultaneously, the ability to use multiple system attributes within the security application policy provides enhanced penetration protection and resilience to hostile activity.

Why is BASTION right for my organisation?

DCS is the future of data security, it represents a new and progressive system for protecting data and ensuring business continuity. It’s tailored and flexible approach can be implemented in conjunction with existing systems and allows for migration of systems without the significant disruption of large-scale change programmes.