Mimecast, a leading email security and cyber resilience company, has signed on with the Melbourne Rebels for a further two seasons.
With a Melbourne-based Australian headquarters, Mimecast provides cloud cybersecurity services for email, data, and web applications, to protect thousands of organisations globally from malicious activity, human error and technology failure.
In what will be a long-awaited return to AAMI Park for the Rebels as they play their first home game in over a year against the NSW Waratahs, Mimecast’s logo will feature on the back of the playing shorts as the club’s official and exclusive cybersecurity partner.
Melbourne Rebels CEO Baden Stephenson said he is thrilled to have Mimecast extend its partnership with the club for a further two seasons after what has been a challenging past year for a lot of businesses.
Nick Lennon, Mimecast Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand said, “We’re proud to be part of the Melbourne Rebels 2021 season as they represent a fine city that has recently shown resilience like never before., Extending this partnership will mean great things on and off the field, by supporting rugby while creating even greater cybersecurity awareness.”
The Melbourne Rebels take on the NSW Waratahs at AAMI Park next Friday March 19. Kick-off is at 8:45pm (AEST), with the match shown live and on-demand on Stan Sports.