Red Piranha is pleased to announce that it has joined ICE71 (“Innovation Cybersecurity Ecosystem at BLOCK71”) in Singapore, the region’s first cybersecurity entrepreneurial hub.
Founded by Singtel Innov8 (venture capital arm of Singtel Group) and NUS Enterprise (an entrepreneurial arm of National University of Singapore (NUS)), ICE71 aims to strengthen Asia Pacific’s growing cybersecurity ecosystem by attracting and developing new competencies and technologies to help mitigate rapidly increasing cybersecurity risks.
As part of the ICE71 Scale community, a programme supported by the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) and Info-Communications Media Development (IMDA), Red Piranha hopes to provide education and information to help both businesses and corporate entities achieve a complete and comprehensive cybersecurity defence that is both manageable and affordable to ensure their data and networks are protected.
Red Piranha CEO Adam Bennett said of the partnership, “We’re excited to have the opportunity to be part of the ICE71 Scale program. As we continue to build our relationships with our new partners in Singapore and look to defend more organisations in this region, being part of ICE71 and having the power of their network behind us in this region is a great value."
"We are excited to welcome Red Piranha to the ICE71 Scale programme, and we look forward to helping them enter their next phase of growth," said Linda Nguyen Schindler, ICE71 Programme Head.
Red Piranha’s Crystal Eye Unified Threat Management (UTM) was specifically designed for Managed Service Providers (MSP’s) and their clients. The platform that is both easy to use and affordable features proven security techniques with multiple layers of protection to keep data safe.
This new partnership is yet another step towards Red Piranha continuing to deliver the most powerful unified threat management platform and comprehensive protection to businesses of all sizes across the globe.