Zecurion, Dataguard to provide DLP solutions

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Zecurion recently announced that it has join hands with Dataguard Middle East to provide DLP solutions to the enterprise customers in the UAE and also to the other countries in the Middle Easter.

The partnership is one of the many steps that Zecurion plans to take to build on its regional growth strategy and the company also was recognised by Gartner as it was included in its Magic Quadrant for Enterprise DLP 2017.

“We are very excited about our new partnership with Dataguard Middle East. With their experience as a distributor of DLP solutions, knowledge of the enterprise security market, as well as their network of channel partners, we are all set to expand in this region,” said Alexey Raevsky, CEO at Zecurion.

Dataguard Middle East will distribute the entire range of Zecurion DLP solutions including Zlock, Zgate, Zdiscovery and Zserver. The distributor will also provide managed services to customers that are looking to deploy Zecurion DLP solutions in the cloud.

Rishan Ahmed, Product Consultant at Dataguard Middle East, said, “the partnership with Zecurion will greatly benefit our resellers, system integrators and customers through easier availability of leading enterprise DLP solutions at mid-market prices, greater collaboration for channel training and enablement, channel marketing support, and technical support from the team in Moscow and New York – all being key components of the relationship.”

The distributor believes that the data security market is ripe enough for Zecurion, and represents a ample opportunities for its channel partners in the region.

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