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AirTight Inks Distributor Agreement with ComGuard, a Leading Value Added Distributor of IT Security Products across Middle East and North Africa (MEA)
Agreement Adds AirTight's World-Class WIPS to ComGuard's Extensive Portfolio of Security and Compliance Offerings
Mountain View, CA and Dubai, UAE - February 28, 2011 - AirTight® Networks, the global leader in wireless security and compliance solutions, and ComGuard, FZ, LLC announced today that the companies have signed a distributor agreement for ComGuard to bring AirTight's SpectraGuard wireless intrusion prevention (WIPS) and mobile end point protection products and services across the Middle East and North Africa. ComGuard helps organizations to conform networks to international compliance standards such as SOX, BASEL 2, HIPAA, and PCI, which makes AirTight's wireless security products and reporting a good fit for the ComGuard portfolio.
"ComGuard partners with industry leaders to deliver world-class security technology to its customers, and we are delighted to offer AirTight's products to our customers," said Jayadevan K, Senior Vice President, Value Business at ComGuard FZ LLC. "We recognized AirTight's unrivalled leadership in providing the most accurate wireless intrusion prevention system available in the market today and the necessity of addressing wireless threats as wireless becomes more and more prevalent in the enterprise."
"ComGuard has emerged as one of the leading Value Added Distributors of network and IT security products across ME region, an important market for us." said Kiran Deshpande, President of AirTight International. "It is clear to us that they are the right distributor at the right time as security technology becomes more and more important to these emerging markets." By bringing together security partners such as AirTight, who provide best-in-class security solutions, ComGuard allows customers to protect their networks - both wired and wireless - from emerging threats and meet compliance requirements, including new standards that specifically apply to wireless.