Credence Security Signs Partnership Agreement with Infosec Ventures to Deliver Human-Centric Security Solutions to the Middle East

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Regional Value-added Distributor, Credence Security will drive the reach and engagement for Infosec Ventures’ HumanFireWall solutions and support the vendor’s regional growth

DUBAI, UAE, Aug. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Credence Security, a leading regional specialized value-added distributor for cybersecurity, forensics, governance, risk and compliance solutions, today announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Infosec Ventures’ HumanFirewall, a leader in human cyber risk mitigation and management.

Photo Caption: (L) Garreth Scott, Managing Director, Credence Security and Ankush Johar, Director, Infosec Ventures and Marie Ah-Choon, Channel Executive, Credence Security and Moe Bux, Sales Director, Credence Security (R) (PRNewsfoto/Credence Security)

Photo Caption: (L) Garreth Scott, Managing Director, Credence Security and Ankush Johar, Director, Infosec Ventures and Marie Ah-Choon, Channel Executive, Credence Security and Moe Bux, Sales Director, Credence Security (R) (PRNewsfoto/Credence Security)

Under the agreement, Credence Security will be responsible for promoting and delivering Infosec Ventures’ HumanFirewall® platform across its robust channel network in the Middle East. Infosec Ventures’ offerings are available entirely on-premises or in a local cloud, in line with compliance and data sovereignty regulations, specifically for mission critical organizations in the government as well as large enterprises.

Hackers are increasingly preying on the human element of cybersecurity, as a primary attack vector. According to the Verizon 2021 Data Breach & Incident Report (DBIR), over 85% of data breaches involved human error. In the Middle East, a 2020 study by the Ponemon Institute and IBM Security, revealed that the average cost of a data breach per company in the region is $6.53 million, which is higher than the global average of $3.86 million per incident. The report also identified human error among the most common root causes of data breaches in the UAE and Saudi Arabia. Additionally, similar industry studies have indicated that more than 90% of successful cyber-attacks begin with an email. These figures highlight a significant need for solutions that will not only safeguard business-critical systems but will also transform employees into an organization’s best cybersecurity asset.

HumanFirewall® transforms employees from an organization’s weakest link into their strongest line of defence. It is a world-first…

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