Entrust partners Ejada in Middle East
16 January 2008 | 1907 views | 0
In an ongoing effort to bolster channel support across the globe, EJADA Company Limited and Entrust Limited a subsidiary of Entrust (Nasdaq: ENTU) announce a partnership agreement to offer Middle East financial and telecommunications enterprises and government agencies layered security solutions that protect information and digital identities.
"This partnership agreement comes to ensure EJADA's commitment and long-term objectives toward the Middle Eastern region and keeps our customers ahead of the competition with the rapid adoption of emerging technologies," said Fawaz Abou Nasr, EJADA's executive vice president of Business Development & Corporate Planning.
EJADA, the leading IT services and solutions provider in the Middle East and North Africa, will deploy Entrust's full range of security solutions to enable Saudi Arabian, Jordanian and Egyptian customer bases to realize the comprehensive benefits of a strategic layered security model.
"EJADA has a strong foothold in the Middle Eastern and North African markets," said Entrust Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Bill Conner. "We look forward to leveraging their services and expertise in future deployments of a layered security approach to help secure digital identities and information in the region."
With award-winning solutions like the Entrust IdentityGuard versatile authentication platform, enterprises and government agencies in the Middle East will be able to apply security policies and procedures that protect their information and help fulfill regulatory demands, while still empowering users. Entrust layered security solutions currently help protect organizations in more than 60 countries across the globe.
"Entrust is a great value-add to EJADA's broad range of security management offerings and capabilities," said Tony Berro, EJADA's Regional Director, Infrastructure & Service Management. "Entrust, a leader in PKI, provides layered security solutions that help secure consumer, enterprise and government environments."