August 23, Hyderabad IN.
The strategic partnership aims to assist organizations in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region to combat cyberthreats and build cyber infrastructure by offering next-generation cybersecurity consulting services.
As organizations turn to a hybrid work model, the need for secure infrastructure has become important. A critical aspect of any organization’s infrastructure is its people, which is why cybersecurity training for all employees is so important. To support this initiative, SyngyMAXIM is partnering with EC-Council as a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP). The aim of this partnership is to help businesses in the MEA region for complete secure digital transformation. Through EC-Council’s end user training program, Aware, SyngyMAXIM aims to provide a combination of phishing simulations with ready-to-use training modules, anti-phishing preventive controls, and optimum managed services solutions to its clients to create a solid foundation for a stronger cybersecurity infrastructure.
“SyngyMAXIM is assisting enterprises in achieving their digital transformation initiatives by recommending and implementing best-fit solutions. Our customers across the Middle East and Africa have been encountering several phishing attacks for many years where a steep surge of incidents is observed during COVID times,” said Mr. Ravi Paleti, Founder and Director, SyngyMAXIM. He added, “Ransomware is demanding businesses to consider putting anti-phishing prevention control mechanisms in place by involving all stakeholders. Our partnership with EC-Council would bring a lot of smiles to our customers. We appreciate EC-Council for building such a robust ecosystem around security practices.”
Commenting on the partnership, Jay Bavisi, President & CEO of EC-Council Group, said, “We are delighted to partner with SyngyMAXIM and are committed to empowering the masses with better cybersecurity solutions. Cybersecurity is not limited to traditional mediums like computers and laptops anymore. It affects our day-to-day lives through all sorts, of different devices, and we must prepare to counter these threats. Through Aware and this partnership, we seek to offer a solution that combines simulated phishing attacks with set-and-go training modules. We are confident that through this association and by creating specialized industry solutions for businesses to manage security issues of network devices and systems, we will reach closer to our goal of creating a secure digital environment.”
With the rapid escalation of cybercrimes, security awareness has become a top priority. As organizations turn to cloud-based solutions, to give employees remote access to often-sensitive information, hence security awareness is more important than ever. EC-Council believes that to prevent cyber incidents, everyone in an organization, from the CEO to the sales staff, must be trained. As an EC-Council MSSP Partner, SyngyMAXIM is committed to create specialized industry solutions for businesses to manage security issues for network devices and systems.
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EC-Council’s sole purpose is to build and refine the cybersecurity profession globally. They help organizations, educators, and governments as well as individuals to address global workforce problems by developing and curating world-class cybersecurity education programs and certifications while also providing cybersecurity services to some of the largest businesses around the world. Trusted by seven of the Fortune 10; 47 of the Fortune 100; the Department of Defense; Intelligence Community; NATO; and over 2,000 of the best universities, colleges, and training companies. Their programs have made their way to 140 Countries and have set the bar in cybersecurity education.