Inq., a pan-African cloud-based digital service provider has partnered Elastic to boost cyber security solutions in Africa as demand increases.
The partnership will also provide customers in Africa with cyber security for connectivity and application tools to minimise risk for their businesses.
Commenting on the partnership, Andile Ngcaba, Executive Chairman of inq. said, ““inq. has benefited immensely from implementing Elastic’s security solutions across all of our operations in seven countries. We now want to enable our customers with the same tools to provide them with visibility across their networks, servers, security and advance their threat detection. We are confident inq. will add key value to our customers through Elastic and help our customers accelerate their digital business models.”
Elastic makes data usable in real-time and at scale for enterprise search, observability, and security.
The company’s solutions are built on a single free and open technology stack that can be deployed anywhere to instantly find actionable insights from any type of data, from finding documents to monitoring infrastructure to hunting for threats.
Doug Farber, vice president of global alliances and channels at Elastic said, “inq. is a leading digital service provider in Africa, and we are delighted to partner with them to help strengthen customers’ cyber security.”
“inq’s deep understanding and connections within the African market combined with Elastic’s technology will enable .inq to provide customers with new and better innovations for managing cyber security for complex environments, and scale faster in their existing markets,” he concluded.