Tech Data today announced that it has signed a distribution agreement in Australia and New Zealand with Gemalto, the world leader in digital security. Through this agreement, Tech Data will add Gemalto’s suite of digital security technologies and services, including advanced authentication, cloud access, data encryption and encryption key management to its next-generation security portfolio.
“I’m thrilled to announce we have signed this agreement with Gemalto,” said Wendy O’Keeffe, country general manager, Australia and New Zealand, at Tech Data. “Digital security offerings are presenting an immense opportunity for the channel given the increased security risks we’re seeing at all levels–from individual identities to corporate and government information. Gemalto’s leading identity and data protection portfolios, coupled with Tech Data's in-depth expertise and complementary technology offerings will enable us to create best-in-class security solutions for our partners.”
“The strength of Tech Data’s next-generation security solutions lies in their proactive approach to security threats, and their ability to arm their partners with the knowledge and skills they need to protect their customers,” said Graeme Pyper, regional director, at Gemalto. With the addition of Gemalto’s complete authentication and data protection solutions, Tech Data’s partners can now offer their end-user customers industry-leading data protection solutions and services that are in high demand in the region and enable enterprises to effectively address their evolving business, security and privacy objectives.”
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