CloudHop and Cloudflare partner to boost cyber security in Africa


Cyber security is a vital issue for any business that operates online. Cyber attacks can cause serious damage to digital assets and user data, affecting the reputation and performance of businesses. That is why it is important to have reliable and effective solutions that can protect websites from hackers, malware, and other threats. That is exactly what CloudHop and Cloudflare are offering to African businesses. CloudHop is a leading technology firm that provides cloud computing and data management solutions in Africa. Cloudflare is a global company that provides web performance and security solutions to millions of websites around the world.

The two firms have recently launched a strategic partnership to provide distribution of technology solutions that will enhance cyber security in Africa. The partnership was announced at a Nairobi hotel, where CloudHop Chief Executive Officer, Keval Shah, said:

“The launch of our distributorship with Cloudflare represents a significant milestone for CloudHop and Africa as a whole. Cloudflare’s industry leading solutions will enable our clients to thrive in today’s digital landscape.”

The partnership will allow CloudHop to offer Cloudflare’s services to its customers, such as:

  • Cloudflare CDN: A content delivery network that speeds up website loading time by caching content at the edge of the internet, closer to the users.
  • Cloudflare SSL: A secure sockets layer that encrypts data between the website and the user, ensuring privacy and security.
  • Cloudflare Firewall: A web application firewall that blocks malicious requests and attacks, such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting, and DDoS.
  • Cloudflare Workers: A serverless platform that allows developers to run code at the edge of the internet, reducing latency and improving performance.

The partnership also brought together various IT industry peers and leaders in the African technology scene who are committed to providing technology solutions in the region. During the event, the audience were taken through live demonstrations of various services, emphasizing the real-world impact on website security and reliability.

Shah said the partnership marks the beginning of a new era in the African technology sector that holds great promise for businesses seeking to harness the power of cutting-edge web performance and security solutions.

The two firms are poised to reshape the digital landscape in the continent, driving innovation, security, and growth for businesses.

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