SearchInform, the leading risk management product developer, has launched its information security outsourcing service, aimed at expanding its presence in the (Middle East and North Africa) MENA region.
The single service ensures customers’ comprehensive protection and helps to improve business efficiency. This offer brings a unique proposition to the market. With the help of outsourcing services, companies can prevent data leaks, monitor user activity, and reveal inefficient business processes.
Mr. Lev Matveev, SearchInform Chairman of the Board of Directors said that, “We have been working on the MENA market for a long time; our solutions already protect banks, hospitals, and manufacturing facilities. Being the service provider requires even more close cooperation with customers. To meet this goal, we have strengthened our presence in the UAE, opened an office in Dubai, and expanded our staff to be in closer contact with our customers. The client doesn’t risk anything – the free-of-charge one-month trial is available.”
“The client can decide whether the service suits the company’s needs during the free trial. During this month, the client gets the full picture of their business’s state of safety and efficiency. We’ve been successfully developing the service since 2019 in several countries. According to our statistics, 100 percent of companies, even at the test stage, detect incidents: data leaks, corporate fraud, misconfigured access rights,” Mr. Matveev noted.
The service by SearchInform enables solving the following tasks: ensuring protection against data leaks, data classification, access rights audit, monitoring of employees’ activity, and much more.
Mr. Sergey Ozhegov, SearchInform CEO stated that, “The concept of the service is unique – we offer the platform, ensuring internal security and improving business efficiency available by subscription. Our service is useful for literally any organization. For SMEs, it is the opportunity to get full-scale comprehensive protection at low expenditures, as there is no need to purchase expensive hardware and software or hire onboard IS officers.”
“Large enterprises with their own IS departments can delegate some tasks (eg. routine tasks) to MSSP, which reduces the load on in-house specialists; what’s more, they get access to MSSP’s specialists’ unique tools and expertise. We believe the best thing about our new service is that it makes information security more accessible to all organizations,” Mr. Ozhegov added.