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Security analytics firm Skybox ties up with RAH Infotech

By Digital Edge Bureau, 27.10.2018, 14:53
 
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Gerry Sillars, Vice President, APAC, Skybox Security

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Ashok Kumar, CEO, RAH Infotech

In a significant development, Skybox Security, world’s leading provider of security intelligence & analytics software, has struck a national distribution tie-up with Gurgaon-headquartered RAH Infotech, which has emerged as one of India’s fastest growing value added distributors (VADs) specializing in the fields of networking and security products. The formal distribution partnership has been solemnized between Gerry Sillars, Vice President, APAC, Skybox Security, and Ashok Kumar, CEO, RAH Infotech, in New Delhi.

The Skybox security software suite integrates with over 120 networking and security technologies that companies are already using to provide the comprehensive attacks surface visibility and intelligence in one solution—covering on-premises, multi-cloud and OT (operational technology) networks. The suite also automates many core security processes in vulnerability and threat management, and firewall and security policy management, such as network path analysis, attack simulation and change management.

“We’re excited to partner with RAH Infotech, which has got demonstrable knowledge of the India and SAARC marketplaces with great track record of execution for their vendors and reseller partners”, said Gerry Sillars. “We’re looking forward to working with them as we continue to focus on the expansion of our footprints in the regions as well as evolving the company’s channel business. Our solution continues to be a proven differentiator for our distributors and resellers, and so we’ve been able to quickly grow our partner ecosystem in rapidly expanding markets like India and SAARC”, added Gerry.

Interacting with Digital Edge, Ashok Kumar said, “These are exciting times for us at RAH Infotech—to be partnering with Skybox”. He stressed, “As a VAD focused on adding value to our partners and customers, we’re constantly studying and introducing new and advanced cutting-edge technologies in India which help our customers embrace digital transformation in an effective manner. Skybox is a great addition to RAH Infotech’s overall security and networking portfolio”.

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