Group-IB, one of the global cybersecurity leaders, has signed a partnership agreement with
According to a recent Hi-Tech Crime Trends 2021/2022 report, South African enterprises were the most frequent targets of the sellers of access to compromised networks in H2 2020 — H1 2021 in Africa. South Africa’s share accounted for almost 25% of the total number of access sales in Africa during the reporting period. A sharp increase in the number of offers to sell access to compromised corporate networks became one of the underlying trends on the cybercrime arena. Initial access brokers actively partner with ransomware operators removing the need for them to break into corporate networks on their own.
To address these ever-evolving cyber threats in the region, Group-IB makes its full gamut of highly sophisticated software and hardware solutions designed to monitor, identify, and prevent cyber threats available for the resellers in the Corr-Serve fold. Group-IB’s flagship products named one of the best in class by Gartner, Forrester, IDC, Frost & Sullivan, and KuppingerCole Analysts AG include Threat Intelligence & Attribution, Threat Hunting Framework, Digital Risk Protection, Fraud Hunting Platform, Asset Zero (Attack Surface Management), and Group-IB Atmosphere (Cloud Email Protection). Additionally, Corr-Serve reseller network will enjoy Group-IB’s cybersecurity service wing. The partnership allows Corr-Serve to bolster its cybersecurity portfolio with globally recognized products and services guarding companies in more than 60 countries against known and unknown threats to digital assets.
Mark van Vuuren
Product Director at Corr-Serve
Corr-Serve has a strong and established network that covers a number of business sectors and industry specializations broaching both public and private organizations.
Head of Global Business at Group-IB