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ISSP has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Finland’s SSH Communications Security

ISSP has signed a strategic partnership agreement with SSH Communications Security, a leading European cybersecurity solution provider.

As a result of the partnership, ISSP and SSH will develop new security solutions and services. In addition, both companies will complement each other's offerings and strengthen their presence in new markets, especially in the EMEA and AMER regions.

"Our partnership enables SSH to leverage the practical experience of ISSP in Ukraine and other customer projects. SSH also wants to help in the rebuilding process of Ukraine and provide futureproof solutions together with ISSP," says Teemu Tunkelo, CEO of SSH.

"As a company with deep Ukrainian roots, ISSP greatly appreciates the level of support and tangible assistance provided to Ukraine and Ukrainians by Finland and our colleagues from SSH in particular. Moreover, our collaboration allows us to build a long-term, mutually beneficial technology partnership between our countries that gives a competitive edge to both sides. As a company that has been at the forefront of Ukraine's cyber defense, we see immense value in sharing our take-outs, approaches, and experience to increase cyber resilience across Finland, the Scandinavian region, and in Europe in general.

Having SSH as a partner allows us to directly address public and private organizations cybersecurity needs and concerns, providing battle-tested and tailored solutions having years of hands-on work in the most demanding market conditions.

I am excited about this partnership. We want to develop novel solutions and services, find new potential business opportunities, and promote cooperation between Finland and Ukraine in the field of cybersecurity. Together, we have a more comprehensive portfolio of products for our customers, and we can improve their security even more," says Roman Sologub, CEO of ISSP.




On June 26, ISSP and SSH organized the first joint roundtable discussion covering Ukraine’s experience in cyber defense since 2014 and especially in 2022. In the light of Sweden and Finland joining the NATO, it’s vital to get prepared for the defense against cyber warfare.

Roman Sologub and Artem Mykhailov, Enterprise Solutions Director, shared the unique ISSP expertise formed by participating in defending Ukraine's critical assets during the last decade. On behalf of SSH, Board Member Catharina Candolin and the Head of EMEA region, Rami Raulas, joined the discussion.



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