Importantly, to ensure that all of its customers are protected during this time of ever more sophisticated and dangerous internet threats, Ooredoo has stated that the service will be affordable for all, with a low-cost weekly/ monthly subscription plans.
Benefits of the cloud-based solution include minimum impact to device battery life, unlike other non-cloud based security solutions, as well as protection against virus and malware infections, phishing and harmful web files and sites.
To ensure that the Secucloud solution would provide the best possible protection for Ooredoo customers, the company held a stringent security and an effectiveness evaluation.
Dennis Monner, CEO of Secucloud, commented: “In the European markets, we’ve had a great reaction to our extremely powerful and scalable security solution that is also easy to implement. That’s what prompted us to tackle our next goal – expansion into international markets. In the Middle East, as well as in the African and Asian regions, there is significant market potential that we can now leverage with this partnership. With the Ooredoo deal, another of the largest international mobile service providers has selected our solution, enabling it to protect its more than one hundred million customers from cyber-threats both, easily and effectively.”
Ooredoo provides its customers with a broad portfolio of mobile and broadband internet solutions for private users and companies, as well as managed services for businesses.