Specialist distributor Cohort Technology has signed a value-added distribution agreement with unified vulnerability management vendor Rapid7 to help it grow market share.
As a result of the partnership, Cohort will help the vendor boost its European footprint by recruiting channel partners to attract new SME customers.
Grahame Smee, managing director of Cohort, said: “Rapid7’s vulnerability management solution NeXpose not only meets the needs of Cohort’s network of partners and resellers, it also provides the peace of mind that organisations seek today.
"We know that our customer network and their clients will immediately experience the business and security benefits NeXpose brings to an IT environment.”
Eric Dougherty, vice president of partners and alliances at Rapid7, said: “Cohort Technology is a well-established distributor in this sector and is working in a growing and competitive market, and we look forward to partnering with them to bring our advanced security solutions to organisations in the UK.
“This partnership enables Rapid7 to satisfy the demand among UK-based end users and partners for a unified vulnerability management solution with advanced capabilities and a high return on investment.”
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