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Fronde added to ICT Security and Related Services panel

Fronde added to ICT Security and Related Services panel

Appointed to provide agencies with security-based services across numerous verticals

Wellington-headquartered systems integrator (SI), Fronde, has been appointed to the ICT Security and Related Services panel which will provide security services to government agencies.

The Panel agreement will provide government organisations access to Fronde’s range of security-based services in the areas of: risk management, assessment and assurance; security governance, architecture and design; security consulting and review; source code and application review.

Fronde chief executive officer (CEO), Ian Clarke, said the appointment reflects the company’s ability to deliver solutions and services which meet distinct government standards.

“Fronde has longstanding relationships with many government organisations and we are pleased that more agencies are now able to leverage our security and services expertise to achieve transformational outcomes through technology,” Clarke said.

According to Clarke, more than 20 government agencies currently use Fronde’s solutions to reduce costs, increase efficiency, and improve quality of their services.

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