Exertis has today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with ESET, a provider of security software for consumers and businesses from antivirus and malware protection to multi-layered security. ESET protects all of the most-used operating systems with the same level of functionality, providing monitoring and detection against threats.
Jason Hill, Exertis, sales director, security said, “ESET offers a comprehensive portfolio of threat protection and anti-malware solutions that provide B2B resellers and MSPs with a full range of options for their customers. With increasing cybersecurity threats, ransomware attacks, cloud and mobile security concerns, the growing use of IoT devices and the requirement for GDPR compliance, adding ESET’s extensive range to our security portfolio will be of great benefit to our resellers.”
ESET provides companies with scalable, light footprint, security solutions from the home office to the enterprise offering multi-layered security that leaves no potential entry point to a network unprotected. Its powerful security management console supplies real-time information on the security state of the network, endpoints and mobile devices, including security and administration functionality that protects against threats. Recognised for its innovative and stable technology, ESET has the longest unbroken run of VB100 awards for malware detection of any internet security vendor in the world.
Malcolm Tuck, Country Manager at ESET stated, “We are looking forward to a long and successful business relationship with Exertis, they have an established presence in the B2B sector and this combined with their strong sales ethic will give us the additional resources that we were looking for in a distribution partner.
Exertis will be distributing ESET’s entire B2B range including: Endpoints and Mobile Security; File, Mail, Gateway and Virtual Servers; Remote Endpoint Administration; Security Packs and Business Solutions.
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