Nuvias has signed a UK and DACH distribution agreement with Forcepoint, a global cyber security vendor.
Forcepoint takes a human-centric approach to cybersecurity and aims to transform the digital enterprise by continuously adapting security response to the dynamic risk posed by individual users and machines. The company is looking to Nuvias to help expand its reach and grow sales across both enterprise and SME markets in the UK and DACH.
Nuvias will distribute the full range of Forcepoint offerings, such as the recently launched Dynamic Data Protection solution which extends customer capabilities through Forcepoint’s Human Point System. Dynamic Data Protection brings together human-centric behaviour analytics and next generation DLP innovations and is the first Risk-Adaptive Protection solution in Forcepoint’s portfolio of market-leading cybersecurity products. These also include Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Web/Email Security, Data Guard and Network Security (NGFW).
Ian Kilpatrick, EVP Cyber Security for Nuvias, commented: “Forcepoint’s approach of human-centric security and risk-adaptive protection is at the forefront of developments in the security industry and will be a high growth opportunity for resellers. We are excited by the prospect for increased sales throughout the Forcepoint portfolio, particularly in areas such as cloud security, web security, and data management around GDPR.”
Neal Lillywhite, Vice President of EMEA Channel at Forcepoint, said: “With over 20 years’ experience in the UK and DACH, Nuvias has a long-established and knowledgeable security channel, and is skilled at creating value for both vendors and channel partners to enable growth. With a large and varied reseller partner base, they will help us extend our reach and we are looking forward to a very successful partnership.”
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