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Posted February 25, 2020 in Announcements
Compugen’s Communications and Collaboration (C&C) team is thrilled to announce they have received the Master Security Specialization Designation from Cisco – making them one of only six Canadian Cisco partners to reach this level. Our dedicated team of specialists across the country underwent rigorous evaluation and audit reviews to achieve this select designation.
Lorraine Bush, Compugen’s Director of Communication and Collaboration, said, “With the ever-increasing pace and volume of data exchange, security is more important than ever – every day we hear about another security breach or virus in business across every industry. This [Master Security Specialization] designation represents the very highest level of achievement with one of our most important security partners. It was very important to our team to be able to reach this benchmark and be recognized for it. I was completely blown away by the talent showcased by the team during both the Technical and sales audit.”
This recognition is the latest of many high profile recognitions from Cisco, which have included the award as Cisco’s Security Partner of the Year for both 2018 and 2019, the Diamond Award for Innovation in Collaboration in 2019 for our work with Parkland School Division 70 and Partner of the Year and Services Partner of the Year awards for 2018.
Security is a critical component to our Hybrid IT and Modern Workspaces go-to-market strategy. We are committed to leadership in this area and are working alongside Cisco and other key partners to maintain the high degree of skill required to achieve this.
Please join us in congratulating the members of our Communications and Collaboration team from coast to coast on their hard work in attaining this amazing achievement.
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