Bulwark to offer Mimecast cyber resilience solutions for email in India

VAD to supply vendor’s email security, archiving and business continuity services in the Indian market

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Bulwark to offer Mimecast cyber resilience solutions for email in India Menacherry says Bulwark is delightedto introduce Mimecast solutions in India.
By  Manda Banda Published  January 17, 2018

Bulwark Technologies, a specialised security VAD in the Middle East region, has said it will now offer solutions from Mimecast, an email cyber resilience vendor, to its customers in the Indian sub-continent.

The deal is part of the the company's response to growing business, robust distribution partner network and a strong demand for IT security solutions in India.

"We are thrilled to introduce Mimecast solutions in India, to complement our existing product portfolio specialising in the Information Security domain. By offering Mimecast, we will help ensure that customers across the Indian sub-continent can adopt a cyber resilience strategy in the cloud with advanced security, a multipurpose archiving solution and business continuity," said Jose Thomas Menacherry, managing director, Bulwark Technologies.

Mimecast's cloud services are designed to protect organisations from cyberattacks, back up and archive email data for fast recovery, and provide continuous access to email even when attacks cause servers to go down.

Brandon Bekker, managing director, Mimecast MEA, said: "We are glad that Bulwark will be offering our solution in this important market. Together, we can help deliver complete and comprehensive cyber resilience for email offering to organisations in the Indian region. Bulwark's focused go-to-market strategy will help us grow our footprint across different verticals and market segments in this region."

Bulwark's India office will help the company to better serve the needs of a robust partner network and its growing customer base in India. In addition to this, the company is planning to invest in training programmes for channel partners to enable them to sell and distribute its wide array of products better.

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