Businesses and governments rely on Thales to bring trust to the billions of digital interactions they have with people.
Our identity management and data protection technologies help banks exchange funds, people cross borders, energy become smarter and much more.
More than 30,000 organisations already rely on Thales solutions to verify the identities of people and things, grant access to digital services, analyse vast quantities of information and encrypt data.
In early 2019, we acquired the international security company, Gemalto and have combined it with our existing digital assets to create a new leader in digital security. Every organisation around the world is in the midst of a digital transformation and stands to benefit from our joint innovations.
As the world becomes more connected, Thales makes it more secure.
Countries where we sell our digital security solutions
Across the year, industry analyst firms like, Gartner, Forrester, ABI Research, Juniper Research, Frost and Sullivan, and many others publish studies and reports that provide a wide range of facts and insights about our business sector.
But even more useful and impactful than industry analyst reports are their rankings, top-5 lists and awards. Industry analysts advice is often used by companies to determine the best option for major investment - especially where the deal is complex, changing, costly or critical. Purchasing Departments of many large companies use these rankings to create RFP shortlists and help them choose their preferred suppliers.
Thales has set up a successful program to help its products and offers to be ranked among the leaders of the industry by these analysts.
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