Ingram Micro aims to provide organizations in India even more choice to find security solutions that are best suited for their requirements
Ingram Micro India has announced its distribution agreement with Check Point Software Technologies. Given the rapidly increasing velocity and complexity of cyber-attacks, Ingram Micro aims to provide organizations in India even more choice to find security solutions that are best suited for their requirements.
Check Point Software Technologies is a leading provider of cyber security solutions to governments and corporate enterprises globally. Its solutions protect customers from 5th and 6th generation cyber-attacks with an industry leading catch rate for malware, ransomware and advanced targeted threats. It also offers the most comprehensive and cutting-edge cyber security technology across network, data, endpoints, cloud and mobile.
Commenting on the engagement, Navneet Singh Bindra, Executive Director, Advanced Solutions at Ingram Micro India & SAARC remarked, “Data is the most valuable asset of organizations in today’s digital economy and they need to protect themselves from cyber-attacks designed for data theft. Cybersecurity is critical for businesses as it provides comprehensive digital protection from a wide range of threats. We are pleased to offer Check Point cybersecurity solutions spanning network, data, endpoint, cloud and mobile technologies that can be leveraged by channel partners to protect their customers against the most advanced attacks.”
“We are pleased to appoint Ingram Micro as a Check Point distributor in India,” said Sundar Balasubramanian, Managing Director, India and SAARC, Check Point Software Technologies. “As the India and SAARC region undergoes rapid digital transformation, the demand for cyber security continues to grow. Our relationship with Ingram Micro will enable us to reach out to various market segments and provide organizations of all sizes with innovative and effective security solutions that protects even against the most advanced threats.”