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Intact Software Solutions wins rights to distribute Group IB and opens offices in Kenya

11 Jul 17

Intact Software Distribution wins the rights to Group IB

A threat intelligence and anti fraud solutions company active in computer forensics and information has won the rights to Group IB in South Africa.

Simon Campbell Young, CEO of Intact Software Distribution says, “The company’s experience and threat intelligence is unprecedented, and has been fused into an eco-system of highly sophisticated software and hardware solutions to monitor, identify and prevent cyber threats,”

“Intact aims to offer best in class, complete security solutions to clients.

Group IB is the unquestioned leader in advanced threat protection, and will benefit our clients enormously.

With our years of expertise and highly trained staff, we are perfectly placed to help grow the Group IB brand in South Africa and the rest of the continent.”

Campbell Young adds that “Group IB has four flagship solutions that Intact will be offering its customers: Threat Intelligence, Threat Detection System (TDS), Secure Bank and Secure Portal.”

Garry Kondakov, chief business officer, Group IB says “Developing exponentially on the global scale we see great potential in the emerging markets that are to become our business focus area in years to come. Following the principles of trust and confidence, which are basic for cybersecurity, we pay much attention to the proper selection of our regional partners,”

“Intact Software Distribution plays a big role on the South African market. It has all necessary expertise to correspond to the highest vendor requirements, ensure proper product deployment and customer support.

We plan to considerably increase our presence in the region through productive and mutually beneficial cooperation”. he adds

Gartner recognises Group IB as a ‘threat intelligence vendor with strong cyber security focus and the ability to provide leading insight to the eastern European region’ and has been recommended by the Organisation for security and co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

New Intact Software Distribution offices in Nairobi, Kenya

Young says “This expansion into east Africa is part of the distributor’s ongoing growth strategy.

“Kenya is a rich and exciting economy and is very much under-represented in terms of security tools and solutions.”

Intact Software Distribution, has opened a local office in Nairobi, Kenya, to better service its growing African reseller base.

Intact Nairob provides its full range of security software solutions, as well as its service performance and expertise as a solution provider.

Young says “This expansion into east Africa is part of the distributor’s ongoing growth strategy.

“Kenya is a rich and exciting economy and is very much under-represented in terms of security tools and solutions.”

“We are thrilled to be expanding our footprint into Africa. The market has shown continued maturity towards security tools and solutions, and Intact is focused on customer satisfaction, and will use its best-in-class solutions to meet clients’ needs and requirements,” he adds.

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