eTechSecurity partners with RSA

eTechSecurity and RSA have partnered to bring a teaming agreement that plans to offer security solutions in the Middle East

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By  Charlotte McDonald Published  June 18, 2001

eTechSecurity, provider of IT security solutions and services and RSA, suppler of e-security products, has launched a “teaming agreement” to increase the security skills base in the region and to try and accelerate the implementation of e-business security solutions throughout the Middle East.

Under the terms of the agreement, eTechSecurity will develop a team of a RSA security-endorsed and certified consultants. The partnership will also enable eTechSecurity to engage in enterprise security implementations using RSA’s security technology.

The aim of the teaming agreement is to enable Middle East-based organisations to benefit from RSA's products and services with the advantage of working with eTechSecurity in a local language and time zone. eTechSecurity’s project expertise plans to ensure a swifter delivery of PKI projects and implementations, something both parties see to be a primary concern in the region’s e-business climate.

“Enterprise-wide security policies are fundamental elements of successful e-business in the Middle East, and they need to be viewed as an integrated component of an organisation's business strategy,” said Miles Rippon, RSA’s regional director, Southern & Eastern Europe, Middle East & Africa. “By partnering with eTechSecurity, we are ensuring that our customers in the Middle East obtain the benefits of advanced levels of service, project management and support to develop their security skills," he said.

“It’s not sufficient for organisations in the region to have access to the world’s leading security technology,” added Kieran Hernon, RSA’s Middle East account manager. “They also need a local partner like eTechSecurity that understands the Middle East market and has the expertise to deliver the chosen security solution on time, as well as providing training and support.”

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