Quick Heal Technologies launch Seqrite
Quick Heal Technologies has successfully launched ‘Seqrite’, its new brand aimed at IT security solutions for business enterprises. With the release of this brand and its portfolio of security products that enable organizations to counter evolving threats, support new computing platforms and simplify security management, Quick Heal intends to solidify its burgeoning market share and presence in the enterprise security domain.
The Seqrite umbrella has an extensive range of products such as Endpoint Security, Unified Threat Management (UTM), Mobile Device Management (MDM) and more, under its spectrum. These are world-class enterprise segment products that have been accepted and lauded by their users and also by the vast network of enterprise partners. Mr.Kailash Katkar,Founder and Chief Executive Officer said: “We are immensely proud and excited by the springboard that Seqrite grants us. When it comes to value differentiation in the enterprise segment, this brand will give us the focus and identity that will help us maximize our reach and customer satisfaction. This brand promises all our enterprise customers the ultimate peace of mind by always keeping them secure and productive.”
The Seqrite brand now enables Quick Heal to enhance its solution portfolio further and penetrate new-age market segments that pose innovative challenges. Business needs today are eagerly anticipating such diversified security product portfolios, and Seqrite is well placed to meet and surpass these enterprise needs.
Speaking during the launch Mr. Sanjay Katkar, Chief Technology Officer, further added: “Indian businesses lost $4 billion in 2013 due to lax cyber security protocols and inadequate network security. With cyber espionage, hacktivism and nationalized attacks causing greater damage than ever, Seqrite intends to combat these new-age threats with advanced detection techniques and innovative solutions. Enterprises are the backbone of our economy and we look forward to fostering industry growth by allowing networks to flourish without having to worry about IT security.”
(Source: Press release)