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Bulwark Technologies and Skurio partner in MEA

Bulwark Technologies and Skurio partner in MEA

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Regional IT security VAD Bulwark Technologies, has announced a new partnership with Skurio, a provider of digital risk protection technology. The deal brings an innovative new capability to Bulwark’s portfolio, adding a data-centric approach to cybersecurity that is now available to businesses across the Middle East and Africa (MEA).

The Skurio Digital Risk Protection platform is a fully automated solution that searches the surface, deep and Dark Web for breaches of critical business data and potential cyberthreats to an organisation. The solution offers protection to customers from risks and threats to revenue, reputation and regulatory compliance, to keep them safe and minimise damage and costs from a breach.

Jeremy Hendy, Chief Executive Officer, Skurio, said: “Our partnership with Bulwark Technologies marks a significant milestone for Skurio in our geographic expansion, and we look forward to working with their team and their substantial partner network in the Middle East and Africa regions. As the cyberthreat landscape continues to grow, it is vital that businesses can access technologies like Digital Risk Protection through their trusted suppliers. We believe it’s relationships like this that will help Digital Risk Protection become a standard component of every company’s cybersecurity strategy.”

“We are delighted to partner with Skurio as their preferred Cybersecurity Specialised VAD for the region. With Skurio, we can offer every organisation the ability to reveal their spectrum of Digital Risk, so that they can take action to mitigate it. Skurio is an innovative solution that automates and penetrates outside the network for potential threats and thus addresses the current cyberthreat landscape in the region,’’ said Jose Thomas Menacherry, Managing Director, Bulwark Technologies.

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