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RSA appoints DUO as NZ distributor

02 Jul 2019

RSA, a vendor of cybersecurity solutions for businesses, has appointed DUO as its distributor for New Zealand.

DUO will distribute RSA’s complete range of products including RSA SecurID Suite, RSA Archer Suite, RSA NetWitness Platform and RSA Fraud & Risk Intelligence Suite.

RSA Australia and New Zealand channel manager Catherine De'Athe says that partnering with DUO, New Zealand’s largest pure-play cybersecurity VAD, was a great match.

“DUO is known for its best-of-breed cybersecurity products and services,” she says.

“It’s also an important part of the New Zealand security community, having started the country’s largest Senior Security Professionals community 1stTuesday, and Project Wednesday, a meet-up for people new to cybersecurity. We look forward to introducing our unified approach to Digital Risk Management to their extensive network.”

DUO CEO Kendra Ross says that partnering with RSA enabled DUO to offer the broadest cybersecurity solution stack in New Zealand.

“It will also allow us to enter new markets including Digital Risk Management, in which RSA is the industry leader,” Ross says.

“Since its inception, RSA has been protecting what matters most in a high-risk digital world, and today its innovative solutions protect more than 50 million identities and a billion consumers worldwide.

“With the help of RSA, we’ll be able to help our customers better manage the risks that come with digital transformation. RSA’s solutions for rapid detection and response, user access control, consumer fraud protection, and integrated risk management enables businesses to thrive and continuously adapt to transformational change.”

This partnership is designed to be a mutually profitable and flexible relationship, as part of RSA’s SecurWorld program. 

DUO will have access to RSA’s technology, exclusive discounts and end-to-end sales and technical support, including training.

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