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Signal Alliance and Checkpoint sign Nigerian cyber security partnership

November 2, 2017 • Security, Top Stories, West Africa

Signal Alliance and Checkpoint sign Nigerian cyber security partnership

Signal Alliance and Checkpoint sign Nigerian cyber security partnership.

On Wednesday 1 November 2017 technology company, Signal Alliance, and Israeli IT security company, Check Point announced that the two companies have signed a partnership agreement in an attempt to bring world class security solutions to Nigeria.

Cyber security has come under the spotlight in 2017 not just in Nigeria but around the world. With the development of cyber security that will come as a result of the new partnership, Nigerian businesses will receive a tremendous boost according to Boma Okwuosa, New Technology Consulting Manager Signal Alliance. “With the increasing cyber security threats of corporates globally the formalisation of this relationship cannot be over emphasised. We are now better positioned to deploy Check Point’s solutions for enterprise firewall, mobile security, endpoint protection, Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection and virtual security.”

Check Point decided to partner with Signal Alliance, an IT firm in Nigeria, to ensure they are able to expand their reach and professionally deploy their various solutions to different categories of business organisations in Nigeria.

Edited by Dean Workman
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