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inTechnology adds Core Security to local portfolio

inTechnology Distribution has added Core Security to its local portfolio, signing a distribution deal with the United States vendor.

The deal covers New Zealand and Australia and is the first distribution of the vendor’s offerings into Australia. The deal comes as Core Security, which provides threat aware identity access, authentication and vulnerability management solutions, looks to ramp up its Asia Pacific – and global – presence.

Mark Winter, inTechnology Distribution chief executive, says the offering providers resellers with an opportunity to differentiate themselves in a crowded market.

“The addition of Core Security’s robust vulnerability management, access risk management and network detection and response solutions to our portfolio will be a great benefit to our partners who want to have a complete set of cybersecurity tools to make them even more valuable to their end users,” Winter says.

Dean Schneersohn, Core Security Asia Pacific and Japan vice president, says the demand to combat today’s dynamic threat landscape with a comprehensive security approach has been strong throughout all of Asia Pacific with the company pleased to now have Australian distribution.

“Formalising a relationship with inTechnology, known for its strength in distributing information security products in the region, was a natural fit for us and we look forward to meeting the security needs of Australian and New Zealand customers,” Schneersohn says.

Adds Winter: “We look forward to offering Core Security’s products to a growing group of leading partners and service providers throughout Asia Pacific.”

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