Kaspersky Lab join forces with E-Serve

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Misr for Government Technological Services (E-Serve) has announced a strategic collaboration with Kaspersky Lab. With this partnership, E-Serve and Kaspersky Lab will exchange experience of best practices in the field of cybersecurity to create a cyber-immune community protected from various cyberattacks and threats. Both companies will be working closely on key security programs, including technology and information exchange, training and awareness initiatives, and enhance coordination for future studies on joint ventures on cybersecurity.

Commenting on the strategic agreement, Maxim Frolov, Vice President of Global Sales at Kaspersky Lab, said, “We are excited to join forces with E-Serve to help them in their journey to realize the government’s vision in providing more efficient and smart services to the citizens of Egypt. Our goal is to bring high-level cyber awareness and cyber security education to the country and this can only be achieved through strategic collaborations between multiple private and public stakeholders, and together with E-Serve, we look forward to a cyber-secure Egypt for all.”

“E-Serve is delighted to welcome Kaspersky Lab to its growing community of partners” says Mohammad Omar, Business Development Manager at the E-Serve. “We’re proud to be partnering with a company that already has a global track record of supporting entities to uplift their security portfolio and approach. We are confident that Kaspersky Lab will contribute to the success of our journey and provide us with valuable insights to achieve our goals”

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