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Kaspersky roadshow heads for Auckland

Kaspersky roadshow heads for Auckland

Security provider Kasperky Lab will unveil developments in its reseller programme at a partner roadshow set to take place in Auckland on 13 October. The Stadium Tour has already taken place in Brisbane and Sydney, at sports stadiums there. The company expects more than 300 attendees for the events. “We will be updating our partners with information about the success of our partner program and provide a technical update regarding new software enhancements that Kaspersky Lab is making to its SMB and enterprise security products,” says Kaspersky Lab ANZ managing director Alexey Gromyko. The roadshow also take place in Melbourne on 15 October. Regional channel sales manager Andrew Mamonitis will provide a general channel update at the roadshow.


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