Sponsored: SEACOM and BT team up to deliver enterprise communication services in Africa

Businesses around the globe are faced with the same challenge: how to protect and secure critical data that exists within their ever-expanding business network while faced with ever-increasing cybersecurity threats.

29 September 2022

Deshni Harricharan, Head of Enterprise Sales, SEACOM

With the organic growth of business networks, most IT environments are made up of multiple appliances with multiple vendors. IT is evolving at unprecedented speeds, and as businesses rush to adopt new industry best practices, complexity increases attack surfaces and paths. Threat data can come from many systems and platforms that use various reporting mechanisms, making a full picture of the IT landscape impossible to see.

Deshni Harricharan, Head of Enterprise Sales at SEACOM, says that with these challenges in mind, SEACOM sought a global partner to help the company elevate cybersecurity in South Africa and beyond. It found that, and more, in BT Global. As well as bringing BT Global’s scale and world-class cybersecurity expertise to SEACOM customers, this strategic alliance gives both brands the opportunity to offer more value to their respective markets. The first service they will be offering to customers is Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM).

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