STCS to offer Trend Micro as part of its Cloud Offering 

Saudi Telecom Company – Solutions (STCS), a subsidiary of  STC and Trend Micro signed an agreement that will allow STCS to offer Trend Micro’s products as part of its Cloud Offering in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait.

This will also enable STCS to provide its customers all relevant Trend Micro products and this will also give Trend Micro an access to STCS customers, including government ministries and strategic companies.

The agreement will see STCS strengthening its position as among the region’s leading organizations enabling digital transformation in support of government and private sector goals. Furthermore, STCS will gain access to Trend Micro’s customer base and be able to offer them their specialized services.

“Our strength is in the huge collective experience and knowledge gained in providing integrated communications services across our market base. By collaborating with a global cybersecurity leader like Trend Micro, our customers are assured of  next-generation ICT security and pioneering digital defense solutions. Equally important is that STCS gains  insight from a wider and deeper pool of experts, therefore allowing us in the organization to expand further the expertise we’ve developed through the years,” commented Fahad AlJutaily, Vice President, Cybersecurity Services at STCS.

“STCS is offering a state-of-the-art Cloud services, and by having Trend Micro as part of this offering, we are even more confident of achieving top-level customer satisfaction, which in the end will translate to a successful realization of a true cloud secured service offering,” Fahad AlJutaily added.

“The region’s shift towards digital transformation is an important step towards a transformative, sustainable growth,” said Dr. Moataz bin Ali, VP for Trend Micro Middle East and North Africa. “We are delighted to work with STCS, to bring significant value for KSA, Bahrain and Kuwait society and help both the public and private sectors increase their resilience against cyber-attacks and keep a wider security conversation going,” Dr. Moataz bin Ali concluded.