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RSA refreshes SecurWorld programme

RSA refreshes SecurWorld programme

EMC security division RSA has made several changes to its SecurWorld partner programme, based on channel feedback.

“RSA is continuing to make sure that our channel partners have the tools and support they need to sell new solutions like those in the IT-GRC (governance, risk and compliance) space, and to offer security-as-a-service,” says Phil Teague, general manager for channels and Alliances in ANZ.

The division has introduced new rewards for partners who sell RSA Archer eGRC platform offerings – technology EMC acquired earlier this year. It is also offering a managed security services programme for partners, which includes security consulting, professional services, customer support and finance options.

RSA has also newly designed its Partner Portal to feature new online training capabilities, a virtual demonstration centre for RSA products and a fast start training curriculum for its products and the SecurWorld programme.


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