Targeting oversea markets aggressively by focusing on sales capabilities in the Middle East and North Africa.
MONITORAPP, exporting web firewall to Syrian largest private bank SIIB
MONITORAPP (CEO: Lee Kwang-hoo) announced on the 26th that it has signed an export contract for the web barrier AWAF (Application Insight Web Application Firewall) to Syria's largest private bank SIB (CEO:Syria International Islamic Bank).
The reason why Syria International Islamic Bank chose MONITORAPP's solution is because it has demonstrated superior web security technology compared to solutions from other global companies in its product function and performance verification over the past three months.
AIWAF of MONITORAPP is a web-firewall product that shows excellent performance in protecting web servers from external threats, which separates client's normal/abnormal requests through machine learning and blocks abnormal requests from sources.
It provides full functionality of next-generation web firewalls such as multi-domain management, attacker IP detection, malware distribution detection, SSL visibility, and web server health monitoring.
In an effort to focus its sales capabilities in the Middle East and North Africa, MONITORAPP has formed partnerships with a variety of companies that have a presence in the Middle East and North Africa since 2018, paving the way for its entry into the Middle East and North Africa markets.
Based on the case of the construction of the Syria International Islamic Bank's web firewall, the company MONITORAPP will continue to expand its export areas to UAE, Bahrain, Iran, Egypt and Sudan, which are currently in operation.
"MONITORAPP is pushing for aggressive overseas markets such as focusing on Middle East and North Africa in 2019, expanding sales channels in Southeast Asia, establishing new U.S. companies and entering North American markets." said Yoon Seung-won, director of MONITORAPP's business development division, adding, "In particular, the U.S. corporation is planning to enter the North American market as the second oversea company after Japan."