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Nexusguard, NG Crossing join forces to protect MENA enterprises from DDoS attacks

Nexusguard, a leading DDoS security solution provider, today announced at RSA Conference 2018 that it has teamed up with NG Crossing, a telecommunications company with a long-established presence in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) markets, to defend enterprises against DDoS attacks.

The introduction of Nexusguard's anti-DDoS solution significantly enhances NG Crossing's cybersecurity service offerings, enabling it to effectively address end-customers' security challenges. NG Crossing believes the partnership will complete the company's cybersecurity strategy and drive its cybersecurity business.

Mr. George Ezzat, CEO of NG Crossing, says: "We were not looking for a technical platform or solution for DDoS mitigation. Rather, we wanted a partner exactly like Nexusguard that could provide us with a solution revolving around a people-, process- and technology-centric transformational framework."

The partnership also extends Nexusguard's presence across the MENA markets and lays the foundation for Nexusguard to strengthen its position in the communications, government and finance verticals.

Mr. Andy Ng, CEO of Nexusguard, says: "The NG Crossing partnership not only enables us to further expand our global footprint, it also helps telcos and enterprises in the MENA region to defeat the threats posed by DDoS attacks."

Comprised of the Application Protection, Origin Protection and DNS Protection solutions, the Nexusguard cybersecurity platform is architected to protect websites, networks and DNS service availability from attacks, hacks and abuses, guaranteeing 24x7 uptime and resiliency.

"As well as purpose-built infrastructure and proprietary technologies, our success also resides in the expertise and experience we have gained over the years as a pure-play DDoS mitigation solution provider focused on people, process and technology," Mr. Ng adds.