Exclusive Networks Africa expands security services

Issue 1 2022 Cyber Security, News, Products

Exclusive Networks Africa announced a new partnership agreement with Infoblox to simplify complex distributed networking and security, by delivering modern, cloud-first networking and security services that automate and streamline user experiences.


Ruan du Preez.

“The hybrid workplace is here to stay and this environment inherently brings several challenges,” notes Housna Hamadet, Infoblox regional manager, Africa. “Employees access the network from any device or location, including homes and remote sites. By providing omnipresent visibility into network users and assets across on-prem, remote and cloud infrastructures, Infoblox enables companies to uphold compliance among people, systems and data.

“Maintaining business continuity in a distributed organisation by ensuring network up-time is critical, but can prove challenging. Businesses need to seamlessly transition from on-prem infrastructure to the cloud for vital network services and Infoblox provides the solutions to enable a smooth process. IoT devices introduce additional risk with data breaches from malware and other threats coming with a high price tag, so Infoblox embeds security everywhere, enabling people to work safely from anywhere.”

Ruan du Preez, vendor alliance director: SA and SADC at Exclusive Networks Africa, adds: “Infoblox has a proven track record and market leadership and with its cloud-first networking and security services, is a perfect addition to our stack of vendors offered across the African continent.

For more information go to www.exclusive-networks.com




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