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Security vendor looks for A/NZ partners

Security vendor looks for A/NZ partners

CoSoSys has seen an increased focus on DLP in A/NZ recently due to strict regulations for data protection and severe penalties for non-compliance.

IT security vendor, CoSoSys, is looking for resellers and distributors in Australia and New Zealand to test and include Endpoint Protector, device control, DLP and MDM solution into their portfolio.

According to the company, it has seen an increased focus on DLP in A/NZ recently due to strict regulations for data protection and severe penalties for non-compliance.

“Since the beginning of 2013, we have registered an increase of 30% in the number of leads we get from Australia and New Zealand. It’s a significant percentage which made us decide to allocate more resources for that area and we are aware that we need localised support and services to overcome the time and cultural differences,” said Cristina Pop, director of sales and business development at CoSoSys.

Resellers and distributors that take on Endpoint Protector can have access to Initial and on-demand training and certification to make sure they gain the set of skills and knowledge to implement the product, choice between virtual appliance, hardware appliance or cloud-based solutions, NFR licenses for in-house testing and for demo purposes, marketing materials and support to implement marketing campaigns and discounts on other CoSoSys products.

“We are confident that Endpoint Protector is a complex, yet easy to use product which fits to every market, therefore we want to cover as much areas as possible, to make sure more and more companies benefit from an enhanced DLP and MDM and MDM solution,” Pop added.

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