If the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic wasn’t troubling enough, now Middle East organizations face a new series of threats: cyber-criminals who are delivering a surge in fraud attempts, from account takeovers to phishing to work-at-home scams.
Increasingly, Middle East organizations need experienced and knowledgeable channel partners to guide their data protection strategies and implementations – especially now as digital transformation agendas are continuing to accelerate.
Supporting the Middle East’s cybersecurity market, RSA, the global cybersecurity leader, has named Condo Protego as among the Middle East’s elite Platinum Partners, delivering new levels of enterprise security.
Worldwide, RSA secures more than 30,000 organizations, manages more than 50 million identities, and protects more than 2 billion customers.
RSA teams up with Platinum Partners so that it can collectively help organizations manage digital risk and continuously adapt to transformational change.
The Platinum tier of the RSA SecurWorld partner program nominates channel partners that are experts in their fields. The Platinum partners present a strong focus on institutional capabilities, resources, and expert-level certifications.
As an RSA Platinum Partner, Condo Protego is aligning with RSA’s strategy, deploying the most advanced security solutions, and supporting digital transformation across public and private sector organizations.
In FY2021, we look to continue our strong RSA business in the region and further enhance our status as one of the region’s leading RSA partners.
With the Middle East and North Africa’s cyber security market is growing at an 11.9 percent CAGR to USD 23.4 billion by 2023, this year is key for organizations to focus on enterprise security – and especially to protect their employees and customers from the cyber-criminals looking to take advantage of the COVID-19 coronavirus.