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Condo Protego to enhance the region’s cybersecurity with Secureworks

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Condo Protego, the UAE-based IT infrastructure, and information management consultancy, has joined the Secureworks Global Partner Program, helping to boost the region’s USD 22 billion cybersecurity market and enhance security in the digitally connected world.

As Middle East countries and organizations digitally transform, especially as remote work ramps up amid the COVID-19 era, they are also expanding the threat surface while confronting an ever-growing roster of increasingly complex cyber-threats.

Showing the strong market potential, the Middle East’s cybersecurity market is set to reach a record-high of USD 22 billion by 2022, roughly double the value of USD 11 billion in 2017, according to a recent report by Markets and Markets.

Secureworks enriches organizations’ defenses with intelligence from up to 310 billion cyber events that the company observes each day. Worldwide, Secureworks counts more than 4,100 customers across more than 50 countries.

“The Middle East’s record-high cybersecurity market shows how organizations are prioritizing cybersecurity alongside their digital transformation,” said Andrew Calthorpe, CEO, CondoProtego. “By joining the Secureworks Global Partner Program, Condo Protego aims to further our goals of becoming the Middle East’s leading cybersecurity channel partner.”

In the Middle East, Condo Protego is seeing strong demand for Secureworks solutions such as Adversarial Security Testing and Security Consulting to test security defenses; Incident Response, which helps organizations to prepare for and respond to cyber incidents; and Red Cloak Threat Detection and Response, which applies advanced analytics and threat intelligence to alert about suspicious activity.

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“Now, more than ever, businesses need partners who can provide modern security solutions that enable digital transformation while also protecting their data, reputation, and revenue,” said Maureen Perrelli, Chief Channel Officer, Secureworks. “We’re pleased to welcome Congo Protego into the Secureworks Global Partner Program, and together we can help organizations close their cybersecurity gap with industry-leading software and solutions.”

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