SecurityGen, the award-winning provider of security solutions and services for the telecom industry, has marked the end of Q1 2023 with a total of 40 operator customers in more than 20 countries plus the establishment of new teams in Latin America, South East Asia and the Middle East and Africa.
Commenting on SecurityGen’s performance in the first quarter of 2023, Co-Founder and CEO Amit Nath cited the on-going growth of 5G networks worldwide as the key driver for the increased demand for SecurityGen’s solutions and services.
According to research from GSMA Intelligence, global 5G connections are expected to double over the next two years, expedited by technological innovations plus new 5G network deployments in more than 30 countries in 2023 alone.
Nath said: “Our cybersecurity solutions now secure mobile networks that serve more than 700 million subscribers worldwide. During this past year, backed by solid sales momentum and 50% year-on-year growth we have expanded our presence with new teams in the Middle East, South East Asia and Latin America.” Nath attributes SecurityGen’s success to the impact of its flagship product ACE, the first completely automated breach and attack simulation platform that is purpose-built for securing mobile networks.