Nuvias has signed a pan-European distribution agreement with FireEye. Nuvias will play a key role in driving further adoption of the FireEye product portfolio including the FireEye Helix Security Operations Platform, Endpoint Security and other solutions. The agreement is initially focused on markets in the UK and Ireland, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, France and the Netherlands. However, it will eventually cover the whole of Europe.
FireEye is a major addition to the growing Nuvias Security Practice, complementing other vendors such as Juniper Networks, Arbor Networks, Barracuda, Check Point, Fortinet, HID Global, Kaspersky Lab, Malwarebytes VASCO and WatchGuard Technologies, to deliver end-to-end security solutions.
As part of the agreement, Nuvias will be introducing NU:RAP for FireEye – a dedicated Rapid Acceleration Programme for new and existing partners to achieve growth and high-value returns. At its core, Nuvias aims to help partners generate revenue by building end-to-end, repeatable solutions based around the FireEye product suite with local knowledge and support available.
“As the threat landscape has evolved, it’s become crucial to have strong combination of technology, expertise and intelligence. With FireEye we can now cover each of these areas comprehensively,” said Nuvias Group’s EVP Cyber Security, Ian Kilpatrick. “One of Nuvias’ main goals for security is to help customers identify unseen threats with frontline intelligence and technology to help organisations maximise security investments. By offering products like FireEye Helix we’re in a great position to deliver this.”
Jason Ellis, Vice President, EMEA Channels at FireEye said: “Nuvias has a strong reputation and in-depth understanding of the EMEA Security IT market, so we’re looking forward to working with them. The partnership strengthens our focus on the channel and offers us a huge opportunity for incremental growth. Nuvias partners now have access to the full range of FireEye solutions which come with access to FireEye experts who have a great deal of valuable frontline cyber experience.”
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