IT security company Sophos announced its multi-pronged strategy to strengthen its presence in Indian mid market.
One of the focus areas of the UK-based Sophos will be strengthening presence in the Indian cyber security market.
Sophos will be offering its unified cloud-based management platform that will incorporate its entire portfolio of user-based security across end users, mobile, servers and networks.
Sophos will be adopting Project Galileo Strategy in order to consolidate its approach of shifting the security world from individual, stand-alone components to integrated end-user, server and network protection that proactively responds to threats.
“We believe there is a massive opportunity to use new technologies like Cloud, big data, and the ability to connect different silos of IT security like network, endpoint, and mobile to deliver better security for Indian businesses,” said Kris Hagerman, chief executive officer, Sophos.
It will continue to remain a 100 percent channel company to further enhance its reach across the Indian mid-market.
The company claims that more than 100 million users in 150 countries rely on Sophos to handle IT threats and data loss.