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Ingram Micro Expands its Cyber Security Portfolio with Okta

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Ingram Micro has announced a distribution agreement with Okta, a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions to cover Bahrain, Kuwait, Iraq, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt. This collaboration enables Ingram Micro to expand its security solutions portfolio for resellers and managed service providers by providing access to a growing range of options for identity and access management solutions.

This includes solutions for authentication via SSO (single sign-on), adaptive MFA (multi-factor authentication), and the ability to easily manage user profiles for companies of all sizes. Okta’s solutions, combined with Ingram Micro’s technical expertise and services, can help make identity and access management easier for customers and provide a new level of reliability when connecting to any technology from any device, anywhere.

“Cybersecurity is one of Ingram Micro’s 2023 strategic priorities in the cloud, and I’m delighted we are now an Okta distributor. Together, we can offer managed security service providers and resellers the identity solutions they need to securely connect their teams, end customers, and enterprises to technology and work smarter to avoid ransomware attacks,” said Dr. Ali Baghdadi, SVP & Chief Country Executive – MEA Region, Ingram Micro.

“Identity is central to the biggest trends driving the IT industry – from cloud computing and digital transformation to cybersecurity and artificial intelligence,” said James Bradley, Regional Vice President of EMEA Partner and Alliances at Okta. “By teaming with Ingram Micro, we look forward to offering our mutual customers across the region with comprehensive digital identity and access management solutions.”

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AmiViz and BitSight Join Forces to Elevate Middle East Risk Management

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AmiViz has partnered with Bitsight, a leading provider of cyber risk management solutions. This collaboration marks a significant step forward in bolstering cybersecurity capabilities across the region and facilitating Bitsight’s expansion efforts in the Middle East.

The partnership between AmiViz and Bitsight will enhance the cybersecurity landscape in the Middle East by introducing state-of-the-art solutions designed to tackle the evolving cyber threats confronting regional organizations. With both companies committed to improving cybersecurity awareness and resilience, they are set to pave the way for a safer and more secure digital environment in the region.

Commenting on the partnership with Bitsight, Ilyas Mohammed, COO at AmiViz said, “Our decision to onboard Bitsight demonstrates our commitment towards the evolution of the cybersecurity landscape in the Middle East. As organizations grapple with increasingly sophisticated cyber threats, the partnership between these two industry leaders promises to deliver enhanced value by equipping organizations with the tools and insights needed to effectively manage cyber risks and safeguard their digital assets in an ever-evolving threat landscape.”

Bitsight’s solutions can proactively assess and manage their cyber risk exposure and provide organizations with actionable intelligence to optimize their security investments, streamline vendor risk management processes, and enhance cyber resilience. With a focus on continuous monitoring and data-driven insights, Bitsight empowers organizations to make informed decisions and stay ahead of emerging cyber threats.

The Middle East has often been an attractive target for cyber-attacks, and this partnership will empower companies to address vulnerabilities and protect their digital assets proactively. By combining AmiViz’s deep understanding of the regional market dynamics with Bitsight’s cutting-edge technology and global expertise, the partnership will offer next-generation cybersecurity solutions tailored to the unique challenges and requirements of Middle Eastern organizations.

“We are proud to partner with AmiViz to transform the cyber risk management landscape in the Middle East,” said Xavier Artiguebieille, Senior Vice President, EMEA Sales at Bitsight. “Our combined efforts will equip organizations with the critical tools and intelligence needed to navigate and mitigate the complexities of modern cyber threats, enhancing their overall security and resilience.”

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AmiViz Joins Signs Up with Abstract Security

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AmiViz has forged a partnership with Abstract Security, a cyber threat operations platform offering a revolutionary approach to security analytics that allows organisations to improve efficiency, reduce SIEM-related storage costs, and enhance detection and response capabilities across multi-cloud and on-premise environments. The Abstract platform disrupts traditional cybersecurity analytics with its innovative approach, challenging the limitations of conventional Security Analytics systems. Abstract Security offers a transformative cyber threat operations platform in an era marked by compliance-induced data swamps and redundant data storage.

“Engineered to streamline security analytics, it enhances detection and response capabilities across diverse IT environments, including multi-cloud and on-premise setups. By integrating tactical artificial intelligence (AI), Abstract empowers security analysts to decode complex cloud security data, improving detection strategies and filling visibility gaps. Pioneering initiatives like the decentralized edge computing platform and a one-click data lake further solidify Abstract Security’s position as a visionary player in cybersecurity,” the company said.

“The strategic expansion into Middle Eastern markets aligns with the region’s growing demand for advanced cybersecurity measures. With rapid digital transformation and increased cyber threats, the Middle East presents a significant opportunity for Abstract Security. Government investments in cybersecurity infrastructure and the adoption of IoT technologies amplify the demand for efficient, AI-driven security solutions,” the company added.

Ilyas Mohammed, COO at AmiViz, said, “Our partnership with Abstract Security heralds a new era in cybersecurity analytics. By leveraging their innovative solutions, we empower our clients with proactive threat management capabilities that surpass traditional systems. Together, we redefine industry standards, ensuring robust protection against evolving cyber threats and bolstering our position as leaders in the cybersecurity landscape.”

Richard Betts, Vice President of International Business at Abstract Security, commented on the strategic alliance, stating, ‘Our collaboration with AmiViz in the Middle East is more than a partnership; it’s a synergy of strengths. This venture not only amplifies our presence in a region but also marks a significant step in our journey to broaden Abstract Security’s international reach.

The companies claimed that the solutions are tailored for large enterprises in critical sectors like finance, oil and gas, telecommunications, MSSP and government, to address unique cyber threats. Abstract Security said it aims to integrate its solutions in local markets deeply through a channel-focused distribution strategy, empowering channel partners and addressing evolving security needs. The company added that it has partnered with AmiViz to provide comprehensive support, including technical training, marketing assistance, and dedicated account management, further strengthening Abstract Security’s position in the GCC markets.

Abstract Security’s partnership with AmiViz allows Middle Eastern channel partners to revolutionize security analytics, transcending traditional SIEM systems and compliance burdens. Together, they set a new standard for cybersecurity analytics, paving the way for proactive and predictive security measures. This partnership aims to position the Middle East as a cybersecurity stronghold, contributing to its global leadership in cybersecurity.

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CyberKnight Signs Up Certes to Offer DPRM Platform

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CyberKnight has become a value-added distributor for Certes, a provider of Data Protection and Risk Mitigation (DPRM) solutions. DPRM comprises four key pillars featuring Layer 4 Data Payload Protection, Separation of Key Policy Ownership, Crypto-Segmentation, and Data Security Unified Reporting. Together they help to build a foundation of business success and genuine data protection, empowering organizations to take a proactive approach that prioritizes prevention over cure.

Certes patented technology applies protection to the Data Payload without impacting any other part of the IP packet information, so all traditional network security and reporting tools function the same after DPRM is inserted into the network as it did before. It is transparent to other network devices.

“Certes complements our Zero Trust Security portfolio and allows us to offer a simple solution that ensures maximum security with improved efficiency and lower management overhead to organizations with highly sensitive data or multiple sites. With the DRPM solution from Certes, our customers can be sure that their data assurance posture will scale to support the depth and breadth of their environment, whether deployed top-of-rack, in a virtual environment, between data centres and applications or simply just across the WAN or SD-WAN,” commented Wael Jaber, Chief Strategy Officer at CyberKnight.

“We are delighted to be partnering with CyberKnight and helping to empower organizations across the Middle East and North Africa to take a proactive data-centric approach against the rising threats of data breaches and ransomware attacks. The DPRM solution seamlessly integrates with existing security infrastructures, delivering unparalleled performance without any disruptions, and offering substantial cost and time efficiencies to our valued customers. With our unwavering commitment to prioritizing data protection in all environments, we’re providing clients with complete control over their data, equipping them to navigate intricate regulatory frameworks while bolstering resilience and future-proofing against advanced cyber security threats. This collaboration underscores our commitment to safeguarding our customers’ most valuable assets – their data – with robust security and peace of mind,” added Dan Panesar, Chief Revenue Officer at Certes.

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