Oregon Systems, the leading OT security distributor in the Middle East region and OPSWAT, a global leader in IT, OT and ICS critical infrastructure cybersecurity solutions and Deep Content Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR), have signed a strategic partnership agreement to provide critical infrastructure cybersecurity solutions that safeguard both public and private sector organisations with the latest technology, processes, and hardware scanning to secure the transfer of data, files, and device access across critical networks to meet the unique requirements of enterprises in the Middle East.
OPSWAT protects the world’s mission-critical organisations from malware and zero-day attacks. To minimise the risk of compromise, OPSWAT Critical Infrastructure Protection solutions safeguard both public and private sector organisations with the latest technology, processes, and hardware scanning to secure the transfer of data, files, and device access across critical networks. More than 1,500 organisations worldwide spanning Financial Services, Defense, Manufacturing, Energy, Aerospace, and Transportation Systems trust OPSWAT to secure their files and devices; ensure compliance with industry and government-driven policies and regulations, and protect their reputation, finances, employees, and customers from cyber-driven disruption.
OREGON SYSTEMS, with its proven track record in the OT/ICS Security domain, highly skilled on-ground technical, sales and channel teams, as well as its expansive partner community is perfectly suited to support Aruba with its growth strategy.
Commenting on the partnership, Manu Nair, General Manager Oregon Systems said, “Our partnership with OPSWAT will address and scale worldwide market opportunities to focus on enterprise and mid-market disruption with the vendor’s edge proposition”.
Alessandro Porro, VP of Global Channels, OPSWAT, said: “The partnership with Oregon Systems further establishes OPSWAT as the premier Critical Infrastructure Protection vendor addressing both the IT and the OT cybersecurity concerns of organisations in the Middle East.”