F-Secure global partner programme offers holistic approach to security

ChannelPro | July 11, 2019

F-Secure global partner programme offers holistic approach to security
Programme has been designed to address the market flood of new cyber security products. F-Secure has announced the launch of its new global partner programme, which the cyber security firm says will help business-to-business (B2B) IT reseller partners bring a holistic cyber security approach to customers. Designed to unify technology, training and benefits, the initiative structures cooperation into a painless, transparent process that supports businesses providing F-Secure's corporate security products and services, according to the company. The programme's tiered structure also allows it to cater to IT resellers with different capabilities, as well as companies that expand and move to higher tiers, F-Secure said. According to Elena Zykova, the firm's head of Channel Development, IT resellers need to help more organisations embrace the diverse range of cyber security technologies and solutions that are flooding the market.

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