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Websense launches global MSP programme

Websense launches global MSP programme

Unified web security company Websense has introduced a managed security service provider (MSSP) programme. It is designed to encourage more end-user adoption of the company’s Triton system. Triton is a unified content security offering that combines security gateway, data loss prevention and email security into one architecture.

The Websense MSSP programme is available for select service providers that meet Websense minimum criteria in technical competency, services capacity and business investment. Partners will get access to training and sales resources.

According to ANZ senior marketing manger David Brophy, the programme gives customers the best unified security offering on the market and access to a fully trained team.

“As evidenced by segment leaders driving targeted web security managed service offerings, Websense and our MSSP program participants are clearly seeing the global need to better enable customers to deploy and manage web and content security offerings to address today’s modern threats.”


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