TechInAfrica – Two global company Arrow Electronics and cybersecurity company OPSWAT agreed on new solutions called MetaDefender and MetaAccess cybersecurity suite after a signed agreement in pan-European distribution.
“The agreement between Arrow and OPSWAT means that customers can be safe in the knowledge that vulnerabilities – even those unknown to them, are taken care of,” said Alessandro Porro, vice-president, global channels at OPSWAT.
“There are an increasing number of weaknesses across critical infrastructure within organizations and vulnerabilities are often found where least expected. OPSWAT’s suite of cybersecurity products can handle common attack vectors so that stakeholders’ personal information and an organization’s intellectual and critical infrastructure property remains intact.”
“We are really excited with this new OPSWAT agreement as it strengthens our cybersecurity offering immensely,” says Gyula Wendler, senior manager of engineering at Altron Arrow South Africa.
“As OPSWAT is a leading supplier of critical infrastructure protection solutions, this allows us to not only offer cybersecurity solutions to the ICT market but also to our traditional customers in the manufacturing environment which focus on market verticals such as government, utilities, and others.”