AWS rolls out expanded security competency in partner programme

Vendor launches eight new categories for customers to find the right partner

Josh Budd
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AWS rolls out expanded security competency in partner programme

AWS has expanded and revamped its partner network security competency with the introduction of eight new categories to help customers more easily locate partner software and service solutions. T...

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