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CA Southern Africa confirms latest channel partnership

CA Southern Africa confirms latest channel partnership

CA Southern Africa has announced the appointment of a new channel partner - Cyber Sentinel, a cyber security services company with a dedicated team of information security experts, business analysts and software engineers.

Cyber Sentinel's solution portfolio includes identity and access management solutions that are designed to reduce the risk of a data breach; ensure audit plus regulatory compliance, and enable digital transformation.

Cyber Sentinel Principal Consultant, Christian Nyakanyanga, said: "This brings our local clients into the global conversation as they are provided with internationally proven solutions. This trusted partnership provides Cyber Sentinel and our customers with the confidence and knowledge that we can protect against cyberthreats."

Ilsé Wöcke, CA Southern Africa, Partner Account Manager, added: "By combining CA Southern Africa's IP; local market knowledge and unmatched experience with our channel partners dedicated support teams, we are able to help businesses combat today's ever-growing cyber security threat landscape."

Wöcke says the technical training offered on the CA Southern Africa partner portal provides the skills necessary for successful implementations. "Partners can also avail of further support from CA Southern Africa's professional services business unit."

Nyakanyanga confirms the partnership has been instrumental in providing access to markets and clients. "Moreover, the comprehensive, training provided by CA Southern Africa has boosted our confidence and ability to successfully tackle larger accounts. As digital transformation programmes continue to gather momentum in South Africa and across the continent, cybersecurity will rise as a strategic business priority."

"Our vision is to secure and enable businesses throughout Africa to compete and contribute at a global level. Continued partnership with CA Southern Africa will not only allow us to scale and reach the rest of the African continent but will also help us to make a meaningful contribution in terms of job creation and skills development," concludes Nyakanyanga.

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