Cybersecurity firm Cloudflare selects CloudHop as its official distributor in Africa

Cloudflare, the cybersecurity company building a suite of online security products has selected Kenyan-based technology firm CloudHop as its official distributor in Africa. 

CloudHop will distribute Cloudflare’s technology solutions to enhance cyber security using advanced measures to protect digital assets and user data across Africa.

“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.” CloudHop Chief Executive Officer, Keval Shah said. 

Shah said the collaboration 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 say they are poised to reshape the digital landscape in the continent, driving innovation, security, and growth for businesses.

Cloudflare’s suite of products protect and accelerate any internet application online without adding hardware, installing software, or changing a line of code.

Earlier this month, the company announced Cloudflare One Data Protection Suite, a unified set of advanced security solutions designed to protect data across every environment – web, SaaS, and private applications. Powered by Cloudflare’s Security Service Edge (SSE), customers can streamline compliance in the cloud, mitigate data exposure and loss of source code, and secure developer and AI environments from a single platform.

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