Leading facial recognition technology provider, Corsight AI, announces Netpoleon as distribution partner for Asia
SINGAPORE, May 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Corsight AI, a leading facial recognition solutions provider, has today announced it has partnered with Netpoleon, a Value-Added Distributor (VAD) of Network and Cyber Security products headquartered in Singapore, to make facial recognition technology more accessible across the Asia region.
Singapore-headquartered specialist network security value-added distributor Netpoleon has bolstered its expansion into New Zealand with the appointment of former Detego Digital Forensics Asia business manager Jeremy Chua as its new regional manager in the country.
Will roll out Cofense’s MSSP program.
Netpoleon has added email threat detection and response platform Cofense to its distribution portfolio for Australia.
The distributor will roll out Cofense’s managed security service provider’s program, aiming to tackle security breaches caused by ransomware, business email compromise (BEC) attacks and credential phishing among customers.
We are delighted and proud to announce that we are the latest addition to Forcepoint's global network of certified Authorised Training Center (ATC) Partners!
Joint Customers Accelerate Detection and Response to Reduce Risk Across Their Networks
SYDNEY, Australia, March 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Anomali, the leader in intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions, today announced that it has named Netpoleon, a leading provider of integrated security, networking solutions and value added services, as one of its new value added distributors in the Australia New Zealand (ANZ) market.
Includes its NextGen SIEM platform
Security intelligence vendor LogRhythm has inked a distribution partnership with Netpoleon for the Australian market.
The partnership includes all of its solutions, including the vendor's NextGen security information and event management (SIEM) platform, which contains log management, network monitoring, endpoint monitoring and advanced security analytics.
How does it attack your business and how can you prevent it?
Netpoleon, a leading provider of integrated security, networking solutions and value added services, publishes the report “Business Email Compromise (BEC): How does it attack your business and how can you prevent it?”. The report was written by Macnica Networks Corp. that is the parent company of Netpoleon and analyzes threats targeting Asia’s organizations and provides security solutions in Japan.
We are pleased to announce that we have been appointed as authorized Infoblox distributor in Malaysia.
French cybersecurity vendor Thales has named Netpoleon as its new distribution partner for Australian and New Zealand.