Revere Technologies, a leading information security services and solutions provider in Sub-Saharan Africa, On Friday launched its Security Operations Centre (SOC) at an event in Radisson Blu.
The event saw speakers from different tech firms including Imran Chaudhrey a Cyber Security Professional at Fortinet. The company (Fortinet) also provides cyber security services and was marvelled by the new product developed by Revere Technologies.
Speaking at the event, Imran Chaudhrey said that the new product will put the industry on its toes and will have existent players uping their game to stay in the competition.
“This launch shows how cyber security is an important sector in the Information Technology (IT) space. Most IT companies know how data protection is important and they need such solutions to ensure cyber security and assuring themselves that their data is safe,” Imran said in his address at the SOC launch.
Revere Technologies’ SOC comes in to disrupt the market with innovation and according to its developer Samuel Keige, more value for money. This will of course have the existent players innovating and developing their products to remain competitive in the market.
With a unique business model, strong values and philosophy, combined with trained, certified and highly experienced workforce, Revere Technologies delivers deep insight and value to customers seeking an IT solutions partner they can trust and consult.
Also speaking at the launch was ISACA Kenya Chapter Chairman, Anthony Muiyuro. He reiterated on the importance of cyber security in any organization.
“If you are not preaching about cyber security in your organization then you are really missing out,” Muiyuro commented.
The event had other speakers as well including Kenya Civil Authority Association’s (KCAA) Bewes Mungai, Head of ICT Mombasa Port SACCO Robert Karioki, and Revere Technologies’ Samuel Keige who led the team that developed the product.
Revere Technologies promised to walk hand in hand with their clients and prospects and appreciated the attendance of other tech firms including Fortinet and Imran Chaudhrey.