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Spectrami has announced a new distribution partnership with cyber security asset management vendor, Axonius. Axonius has developed a cyber security asset management platform to manage end-to-end devices. The platform integrates with more than 200 existing security and management solutions to provide enterprises a single window view of all the connected devices including mobile, compute, and IoT devices, instances and machines, whether they are on premise, remote, or in the cloud. The platform identifies the security coverage gaps and automates their security policy enforcement.

Commenting on the partnership, the CEO for Spectrami, Anand Choudha, said, “We are in constant search of bleeding edge technologies that are relevant to the needs of enterprises in the region. Enterprises are armed with the latest cyber security technologies, but all these technologies are working in silos, resulting in security gaps, which can prove risky. To counter such challenges, we are glad to partner with Axonius to introduce their cyber security asset management platform, which provides a unified view of all the assets and allows enterprises to take action to enforce their security policies.”

Speaking about this new relationship, Mark Daggett, Worldwide VP Channel & Alliances for Axonius, stated, “We are thrilled to partner with Spectrami as our distributor to help our growth efforts in the Middle East.  Our partnership is off to a fast start and the commitment we have seen with the Spectrami team has been outstanding. Our team is excited to leverage Spectrami’s knowledge and network in the region to introduce our Cybersecurity Asset Management Platform to customers.”

Spectrami will be marketing and promoting the Axonius cyber security asset management platform across Middle East, Turkey, and Africa.

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