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Redington Value signs new partnerships at GISEC 2015

Badrudin Salahudin, Regional Manager MEA & India, Shavlik; Hishamul Hasheel – General Manager Software & Security, Redington Value; and Jim Jaeger, Chief Cyber Services Strategist, Fidelis.
Badrudin Salahudin, Regional Manager MEA & India, Shavlik; Hishamul Hasheel – General Manager Software & Security, Redington Value; and Jim Jaeger, Chief Cyber Services Strategist, Fidelis.

Redington Value has signed three new partnerships during this year’s edition of the Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference (GISEC 2015).

The company entered into strategic distribution agreements with leading IT security vendors Shavlik, Fidelis and Niksun.

During Redington Value’s participation at GISEC 2015, they have their latest portfolio of security, cyber security and cloud solutions, which can be used to effectively combat the increasing cases of advanced threats and attacks.

Industry experts present at the three-day IT security event have lauded Redington Value’s latest agreements, pointing out the importance of being able to offer today’s enterprises with world-class, fully efficient and reliable security solutions to protect their businesses.

According to a recent report from Markets & Markets, the Middle East region’s cyber security industry is expected to account for more than $ 9.56 billion in the next four years—growing at a compounded annual growth rate of 13.07 percent from 2014 to 2019. The industry’s expected growth is further driven by the increasing demand for security solutions that can withstand a constantly growing sophistication of cybersecurity breaches, including malware and phishing attacks.

“Being present at this year’s GISEC proves to be a timely and strategic move for us as we are bringing and making available the latest state-of-the-art security, cyber security, and cloud innovations for Middle East enterprises,” said Ramkumar Balakrishnan, President, Redington Value. “Businesses today should be more vigilant in maintaining and securing information that deals with management, governance, enablement and execution. It is vital to stay current on trends and malware distribution patterns and take a prevention-centric approach to securing their organization. The three new distributorship agreements that we have signed offers more security solutions that businesses today can rely on—ensuring that their data and information is free from any cyber attack.”

Commenting on the partnership, Jim Jaeger, Chief Cyber Services Strategist, Fidelis, said: “We are a product and services company, we build the industry’s leading advanced protection systems. We are here to primary enable our partners. We will provide heavy technical support if discussions get into the engineering level. We also work together to identify and prioritise the opportunities we want to go after. We work very hard to provide the partners the marketing material that they need.”

“We are very pleased with the dimensions Redignton Value adds to our channel plan and the partnership will cater to the broader Middle East region,” he added.

 

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