Gatewatcher, a technology leader in the field of cyber threat detection, and ITANCIA Technology, the distribution activity of the ITANCIA Group, have signed a distribution agreement for West Africa, through its office in Senegal.
With the development of digital technology in the region, it is increasingly faced with the challenges of cybersecurity. Faced with the increase in cyber threats (identity theft, ransomware, espionage, etc.), public and private actors are particularly concerned about strengthening their policies for fighting and preventing the risks of cyber attacks. But despite the efforts of some West African countries to achieve this, others remain more timid.
To meet the ever-increasing needs of these organisations in terms of cyber protection, Gatewatcher relies on a partner with high added value. Thanks to its 30 years of recognized expertise, ITANCIA is the ideal partner. Similarly, the signing of the partnership with Gatewatcher allows the ITANCIA group to add another string to its bow: to offer its customers innovative intrusion detection solutions, providing a real-time and 360° view of cyber threats.
"We are delighted to be able to count on the support of a first-class partner like Itancia. Through the collaboration with ITANCIA, we will benefit from the power of a large reseller network and proven expertise to serve the needs of the market with our comprehensive intrusion detection solutions", said Jacques de La Rivière, CEO and co-founder of Gatewatcher.
"The distribution partnership with Gatewatcher allows ITANCIA to enrich its catalogue of cyber solutions by integrating a reference player that brings immediate improvement to current and future cybersecurity issues", said Nicolas Kerleau, ITANCIA's Managing Director for Africa.