Integrated Digital Security Solutions (IDSS), a Harare-based IT company has launched new Sophos network products that appeal to businesses seeking a simpler approach to IT security.
IDSS channel manager for Sophos products, Zivanayi Mukuku told The Herald Business that the new integrated network solutions incorporate advanced features to ease management of anti-virus and anti -spam tools.
“We are very excited, as the local distributor of Sophos products, to launch new network security products that aim to enhance IT security for local companies,” he said.
“The products are revolutionary in numerous ways and offer our local clients choices and more value in terms of new tools for protecting businesses against computer threats.”
Sophos is a world leader in IT network security solutions and has launched security solutions that cover endpoint protection, WiFi management and security, cloud security as well as a host of other solutions that deal with email and web security, encryption and mobile security solutions.
IDSS, a leading Zimbabwe security software company is the Sophos official distributor and sells a range of Sophos security software appliances in the country.
Mr Mukuku said his company supplies and supports a wide range of market leading products in network security that include anti-virus, content filtering, encryption, firewalls and intrusion detection to unified threat management.
Speaking at the same event
to launch Sophos security solutions, Mr Pieter Nel, country manager in South Africa said Sophos was geared up to reach a new pinnacle of
success in rolling out network security products in the region and beyond.
“Security must be comprehensive and we need to make this simple,” he said.
“We will help you to compete effectively price wise and competitively, functionality wise.”
Globally, Sophos has more than 200 000 customers, 100 million end users and employs more than 2 500 workers in 150 countries.
In 2015, it recorded billings worth $450 million.
“We want to become a vendor of choice in both network and endpoint market,” Mr Nel said.