Gen2 new provider of managed security services to Govt

Press Release – Gen2

New Zealand owned and operated company Gen2 is delighted to announce it has been appointed as a new provider of Managed Security services under the expanded all-of-government Telecommunication as a Service (TaaS) Panel. The TaaS Panel is an ICT common capability …
New Zealand owned and operated company Gen2 is delighted to announce it has been appointed as a new provider of Managed Security services under the expanded all-of-government Telecommunication as a Service (TaaS) Panel. The TaaS Panel is an ICT common capability available to all eligible government agencies. Over two hundred agencies currently use the panel demonstrating a compelling value proposition.

“Gen2 continues to show leadership in this rapidly growing market segment. Following on from our recent appointment to the all-of- government Security and Related Services Panel, our announcement today provides further recognition of our innovative range of cloud security services”, says Grant Smith, Gen2’s CEO.

“We are proud to be appointed to the TaaS Managed Security Services panel and excited to have the opportunity to showcase the amazing local talent pool we have assembled to bring our managed security services to market. We are looking forward to demonstrating how easy it is for agencies to use our services and how quickly our services will become a real enabler for agencies striving to serve the New Zealand public in this new digital age.”.

Gen2 offers a comprehensive range of managed security services under the TaaS Panel and prides itself on its ability to quickly understand a client’s business needs and priorities, their risk appetite and any immediate threats and/or constraints impacting on their business. The company’s services provide clients with a view of their changing risk profile, providing the critical information required to drive security decisions much earlier in the process, and supporting a shift to ‘security by design’.

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