• Foresite builds UK partner base 

    Managed cyber security service provider Foresite's UK partner strategy is ratcheting up following the roll out of a strengthened EMEA Partner Programme that, says the firm, offers new business and
  • IT Europa sets stage for security event 

    IT Europa is gearing up to stage Channel-Sec 2019 (Royal Garden Hotel, London, 14th March), an event designed to reflect and address the challenges and opportunities faced by channel players who op
  • Sophos flags up 'modest decline' in performance

    Sophos is predicting a 'modest decline' in its full year financial performance after posting third quarter results that showed a 1% fall in year-on-year billings to $194m for the three months ended
  • Comstor invests to build Cisco Security awareness

    Report by Comms Dealer sister publication IT Europa: Comstor is investing heavily in boosting its Cisco security business, says Daniel Hurel, VP of its security sales and head of t
  • SonicWall ramps up record EMEA growth

    SonicWall has seen record year-on-year growth in the EMEA region and is opening three new offices in Basingstoke, Barcelona, Spain, and Dubai. 
  • Rival telco vendors slow to challenge Huawei

    Nokia and Ericsson have failed to capitalise on telecom equipment peer Huawei's issues with government perceptions of its security status, according to Wall Street Journal sources at major European
  • SonicWall notches up record EMEA growth

    SonicWall has seen record year-on-year growth in the EMEA region and is opening three new offices in Basingstoke, UK, Barcelona, Spain, and Dubai, UAE. 
  • IT firm launches security training venture

    Leeds-based IT support firm Systemwork is in the final stages of launching a new brand – Bigphish – off the back of its biggest year of revenue to date.  
  • Kevin Brown steps in as BT Security MD

    BT Security chief Mark Hughes is stepping down and departing the business at the end of the year making way for incoming M
  • Third of staff trusted with security updates

    More than a third of enterprise IT departments leave it up to employees to install security updates, claims a ‘State of Software Distribution’ report from enterprise content delivery company Kollec


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