Saturday, May, 27, 2023 07:52:36

Endace & Athena team-up to expand cybersecurity portfolio in Singapore

Endace, a New Zealand based world-leading network monitoring company, reportedly announced a new strategic partnership deal with Athena Dynamics, a renowned cyber security company, in Singapore. Since the inception, Athena Dynamics has received numerous awards including the Most Promising Industrial Internet of Things Security Solutions (2018), Finalist for the CSA Cybersecurity Award (2018), and the ICS Vendor of the Year (2017). Athena Dynamics has a solid reputation of safeguarding digital assets in private sectors and of delivering projects in the public sector. VP of Sales, Asia Pacific and Japan, Endace, Antony Adamo reportedly stated that the tie-up with Athena Dynamics highlights Endace’s strong commitment towards the APAC, likewise, to be working with the best enterprises in the cybersecurity industry. Adamo further stated, Athena Dynamics holds multitude accolades and has proved its ability to deliver critical and classified projects across both private and public sector. The Athena team is a great team to work with and the company is thrilled to have them as their consulting distributor in Singapore. Ken Soh, CEO at Athena Dynamics, expressed his views on the partnership, stating that the tie-up allows them to expand their network monitoring and cybersecurity offerings to customers and give them access to various digital platforms for scalable, analytics hosting, and complete line-rate packet capture. The demand for such services is high, especially when large-scale forensic or investigative work is needed at the state or national level. Athens is also a distributor for Darktrace, an Endace Fusion Partner in the Asia Pacific and Singapore. About Endace: Endace is a renowned world leader in high-speed network recording, playback and analytics hosting. The company provides network visibility and network recording solutions to large organizations. Some of its customers include media and broadcast companies, e-commerce, retailers, health organizations and other large enterprises. According to reports, further details related to the deal were not announced by the parties involved. Source credit: