Netpoleon and Adaptive Shield Collaborate for SaaS App Security in Australia and New Zealand
SaaS Security company Adaptive Shield has partnered with Value-added security solutions distributor – Netpoleon. This collaboration aims to help businesses in Australia and New Zealand safely expand their use of SaaS applications.
Adaptive Shield has announced a collaboration with Netpoleon. Teaming up with Netpoleon ANZ will address the growing need for SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) solutions, as businesses increase their spending on cybersecurity in response to a rise in SaaS data breaches in the region over the past year. A Gartner survey from December 2023 predicts that in 2024, 87% of CIOs in Australia and New Zealand will be giving top priority to investing in cybersecurity.
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Paul Lim, Regional Director ANZ stated: “Adaptive Shield represents a new domain (SSPM) in cybersecurity, where organizations in ANZ have started to rely heavily on SaaS offerings as a key part of their business.”
Maor Bin, CEO and co-founder of Adaptive Shield said: “Netpoleon’s security expertise will enable it to play a pivotal role in expanding Adaptive Shield’s presence in the region at a time when attack vectors are rapidly evolving…This partnership is another step toward expanding the SaaS app security across Asia-Pacific to enable security teams to prevent and detect threats throughout their entire SaaS stack.”
Netpoleon Group is a Value-Added Distributor (VAD) of Network Security products, headquartered in Singapore with various full-fledged offices across the APAC region. They have an equity partnership with Macnica, a leading value-added distributor of Network Security solutions to the worldwide market. Netpoleon ANZ (Australia and New Zealand) started in late 2019, with a team of experienced Cyber Channel professionals, and their strong links with various Channel Partners.
About Adaptive Shield:
Adaptive Shield specializes in SaaS security, helping businesses to continue adopting SaaS applications while staying safe. They enable security teams to secure their entire SaaS stack through threat prevention, detection, and response. With Adaptive Shield, organizations continuously manage and control all SaaS and 3rd-party connected apps, as well as govern all SaaS users and risks associated with their devices.