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Credence Security adds five new products

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Security solutions provider Credence Security has added five new products to its stable: Digital Guardian, Experian, Fidelis CyberSecurity, RedSeal and Solus.
Credence delivers cyber and IT security technologies and solutions that protect organisations against advanced persistent threats, malicious adversaries and internal malpractice. Lauren Wain, GM at Credence, says the distribution deals with these five best-in-class vendors is another step towards Credence’s goal to be the top ICT distributor in the Middle East, Africa and India regions, and will also be a key driver for a growth in security technologies across the region.
“Credence is ideally placed to grow the brands across these territories, as we have several offices and warehouses statically placed to serve all our customers in these areas,” she explains.
Wain says Credence has solid partnerships and a strong channel network, making the company ideally placed to promote and grow these new brands, and to offer affordable and usable products to the region. “We have a highly efficient distribution network in place, and have become a leading distributor, with years of experience, superior processes, infrastructure and corporate governance.”
Speaking of the products, she says Digital Guardian aims its range at protecting sensitive data, and offer services such as security industrial control systems, PoS systems, Web and cloud storage control, ransomeware protection, as well as privileged user control. “These solutions cover application control, compliance, data classification, device control and encryption, email control and encryption, and malware protection.”
Experian, says Wain, is a leading information services company, providing data and analytical tools to its customers across the globe. Its solutions help to manage credit risk, prevent fraud, target marketing offers and automate decision making. In addition, Experian helps clients to check their credit report and credit score, and protects them against identity theft.
Fidelis CyberSecurity specialises in preventing data theft – the company believes data theft is no longer just about data; it’s about stopping the attackers before they get to the data. With this in mind, its solutions cover incident response, as well as security program review, security operation centre development, PCI assessment, advanced threat detection, network analytics, email security for Office 365, accelerating incident response, and improving SOC efficiency.
Speaking of RedSeal, Wain says the company has the vision to become the essential analytics and decision-making platform for building digitally resilient organisations people can trust. “RedSeal solutions give customers the ability to understand their networks, measure resilience, verify compliance and accelerate response to security incidents and network vulnerabilities.”
Finally, Solus is a leader in eye-print recognition, scrambled pin-pad and behavioural biometrics. “There is no additional hardware required, no passwords. Solus brings an improved customer experience for businesses with a premium digital product or service like banking and finance, healthcare, government or enterprise data protection,” Wain says.
“We are delighted be adding these top solutions to the Credence stable,” she concludes. “They add innovation, reliability, practicality and performance into our range, and will help us offer our clients a full security solution across the board, regardless of company size or industry.”