Meta Byte, Varonis partner to help organisations assess risk
IT solution provider to offer vendor’s Express risk assessment solution for unstructured data
IT solutions provider Meta Byte Technologies has announced that it has teamed up with Varonis Systems Inc, to deliver Express, a version of Varonis' unstructured data risk assessment solution.
Express can be used in any organisation in the Middle East hoping to quantify and prioritise areas where sensitive data is potentially at risk.
Salil Dighe, CEO, Meta Byte Technologies, said: "With the rise of internal and external cyber threats, it is of paramount importance for enterprises in the region to stay alert and be aware of the vulnerabilities so that they can analyse, quantify and take remedial actions. Meta Byte along with Varonis have launched this campaign to help enterprises in the Middle East assess, quantify and prioritise areas where sensitive data is potentially at risk."
Meta Byte said working together with a company's IT staff, Varonis engineers will collect and analyze metadata from key infrastructure components and return a detailed analysis to be reviewed with the staff.
Dietrich Benjes, Varonis vice president, Sales, UK, Ireland and Middle East said: "For the last decade, Varonis has been helping thousands of organisations around the world manage, protect and get more out of their human generated data. With Meta Byte Technologies' support, we are glad to extend our Express unstructured data risk assessment in the Middle East region and are confident that enterprises here will be eager to discover any vulnerabilities inherent in their rapidly growing volumes of unstructured data.
Benjes added that in many cases no one is aware that this information is widely accessible, often by everyone in the company and potentially by outsiders as well. "With the new Express version of our risk assessment, any organisation can look at a portion of their most sensitive data assets and get a fast, accurate picture of how at risk they really are on the inside, where it counts," he said.