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C3M Signs with SCOPE Middle East

Fadi AbuEkab, Founder of SCOPE Middle East

Cloud Security and Cloud Compliance vendor C3M has unveiled a partnership with UAE-based VAD SCOPE Middle East to distribute Cloud Control, its cloud security and compliance management platform that offers automated and actionable cloud security insights to help enterprises automate cloud security monitoring and management, and enforce security best practices as it continues its global expansion via value-added channel partnerships.

Paddy Viswanathan, Founder, and CEO at C3M, said: “it is a great privilege to announce our partnership with SCOPE Middle East to spearhead our sales for the Middle East. They are renowned for their outstanding expertise in all aspects of cybersecurity and offer great value-added services to their partners across the whole of the region. Enterprises in the GCC region are rapidly adopting the Public Cloud and we expect to see rapid growth from this market in 2020. Knowing Cloud Control is in safe hands is key to our continued global success.

Fadi AbuEkab, Founder of SCOPE Middle East, said: “C3M’s Cloud Control is a great and core addition to our security portfolio. Whether an organisation has one cloud account, or multiple workloads spread across various cloud accounts in a multi-cloud environment; security, and control is critical. C3M’s platform enables organisations to have full visibility of their cloud assets, monitor and remediate compliance breaches, audit all cloud activities, and schedule actionable reports and alerts. C3M is a channel-only vendor who puts partners first. Their technology is easy to demo, easy to sell, and easy to manage, with generous margins and a recurring revenue stream. This is a perfect scenario for both SCOPE Middle East and our reseller channel

Cloud Control offers 24*7 security monitoring, risk identification and remediation in a multi-cloud environment. 87% of enterprises globally have a “Cloud First” orientation but with that comes risk. Security breaches can come from misconfigurations and human error. Compliance frameworks are continually evolving, keeping up with your cloud inventory is challenging and not every enterprise really understands their duties in a shared responsibility security model with the cloud service providers.

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