ITQAN strengthen its relationship with Forcepoint

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ITQAN Al Khaleej Computers strengthen its relationship with Forcepoint as the global security vendor elevated the partnership to platinum level. This year ITQAN sold Forcepoint’s solutions with the highest levels of customer satisfaction, technical and sales certifications, sales success and verified client references, closing over 1,000,000 USD in business.

The new arrangement provides ITQAN access to Forcepoint’s product portfolio, including Data Loss Prevention (DLP), User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA), Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) and web/email security that can stand alone or integrate within an existing environment.

On receiving the esteemed accolade, Walid El Saikali, VP & General Manager of ITQAN commented, “ITQAN is delighted to become a Forcepoint Platinum Partner as this is strategic to our company’s roadmap. Together, ITQAN and Forcepoint will deliver next-generation security solutions which are increasingly in demand in the UAE. The upcoming regional digital transformation must be managed with risk-adaptive, data protection, and leading end-to-end threat and security solutions. With our team’s capabilities, we will strive to deliver our solutions to continually meet our customer’s needs and requirements in an ever-evolving threat landscape.”

Focused on cybersecurity, ITQAN plays an important role in securing UAE IT infrastructure through successful partnerships with handpicked technology providers like Forcepoint.

Neal Lillywhite, Vice President of EMEA Channel at Forcepoint, said: “We have had a very positive partnership to date with ITQAN in the UAE, and their shift to Platinum partner status will further increase dividends from our joint work. We believe now is the time to invest in the kind of valuable services that will help channel partners and business customers to implement efficient technology solutions.”

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