Australian Cyber security company Red Piranha, developer and manufacturer of advanced security solutions and products for Managed Service providers (MSP) and enterprises across the globe, has signed yet another international partnership. 

Professtama Development Group, Republic of Indonesia’s leading safety and security provider, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Red Piranha on 29th November 2018. This partnership envisions Professtama as a single point of contact for customers within its region, delivering Red Piranha’s advanced cyber security solutions through one consolidated framework. 

With presence in Jakarta, Semarang, Surabaya, and Bali, Professtama provides safety and security products, design consultation and system installation to end users. Their integrated solutions range from Video Management, Physical Security Information Management, Face and palm Vein Biometrics, Industrial Monitoring, with Human and Asset Tracking Services.

Through this partnership agreement, Professtama can now distribute Red Piranha solutions to customers of various size - small-to-medium businesses up to the largest enterprises. The agreement represents the strength of our global strategic partnership program, complemented by Professtama's market dominance, progressive vision and commitment in the development of the safety and security industry throughout Southeast Asia. 

Red Piranha’s Crystal Eye Unified Threat Management (UTM) platform is designed for Managed Service Providers (MSP’s) and their clients that need extreme security. This is a platform that is both easy to use and affordable. It features proven security techniques with layers of protection to keep data safe. Crystal Eye is a multi-layered security next-generation firewall that increases security awareness, reducing risk exposure from advanced cybercrime, malicious software and insider threats.

As the small and medium enterprise struggles to cope with the ever-changing cyber-threats, this partnership between Red Piranha and Professtama is dedicated to help provide a cost-efficient solution for this ever-growing problem in the Republic of Indonesia. 


 

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Friday, December 14, 2018 By rayah.medina