CyberKnight and Netwrix offer easier identification and detection of data security risks

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CyberKnight has extended its relationship with Stealthbits and became the sole Middle East distributor for Netwrix, following Stealthbits’ recent merger with Netwrix, a company that makes data security easy.

This partnership will enable CyberKnight customers to address challenges related to identifying and detecting data security risk as well as protecting, responding, and recovering from cybersecurity attacks.

Gartner predicts that “through 2024 80% of information governance programs that do not include unstructured, semi-structured and structured data into the same governance program will fail, up from 30% today.” In addition, fragmented solutions in the data security market prevent organizations from building comprehensive security strategies to protect their sensitive and regulated data.

“We are thrilled about a strategic partnership with the combined entity of Netwrix and Stealthbits, now part of Netwrix. Their solutions will empower our regional customers to identify and classify sensitive information with utmost precision, reduce exposure to risk and detect threats in time to avoid data breaches – all while achieving and proving compliance”, commented Vivek Gupta, Co-Founder & COO at CyberKnight.

“Solutions often overlap in functionality, which means that organizations have to pay twice for the same features. Having merged together, Netwrix and Stealthbits are able to offer to their partners a comprehensive portfolio of security solutions. We are confident that we will continue to drive customer value with CyberKnight through their deep-rooted channel partnerships, enterprise and government customer advisory relationships, strong cybersecurity expertise and local presence across the region,” said Rob Billington, Channel Manager, EMEA at Netwrix and Stealthbits.


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