Puleng Technologies, a South African technology integrator and service infrastructure automation company has announced it is launching a dedicated security group.
Head of Security, Muhammed Mayet says Puleng has been offering customers identity and access management solutions, services and support for the past seven years. “Due to the momentum gained over this time, as well as the growing importance of governance and compliance in business today, the decision was taken to create a division focused on the visibility, control and management of user identities across an organisations information, infrastructure and application landscape.”
Says Mayet, “Puleng has built up a respected portfolio of access, governance and compliance-related solutions and skilled personnel over the years. Consolidating these products and skills into one division allows us to provide customers with a dedicated security resource sporting years of experience and a reputation for project delivery.
“There tends to be a fear in the market place, driven mostly by customers, that projects such as identity and access are long winded, high risk and not really applicable to project delivery. However, the methodology that Puleng brings to the table, coupled with the solution stack and its ability to both secure data and provide registered access to it, means we are able to alleviate these concerns,” continues Mayet.
Puleng Identity will not be isolated from the rest of the company, but will work with its existing clients and partners in delivering integrated and effective solutions.
“As business leaders feel more insecure about who has access to their information, infrastructure and applications, we have found a growing need in the enterprise for providing control and solutions,” adds Mayet. “Puleng Identity will target its customers’ security pain points, allowing users to focus on their core business, while providing a quality end user experience and managing the aspects of security control, while still maintaining its compliance and governance posture.”
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