07 Aug 2013
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Express Data expands NZ presence for Trustwave

Express Data New Zealand has revealed that the full Trustwave security portfolio is now available to New Zealand channel partners via the company, cementing a 10 year relationship in the process.

Beginning when Express Data and Marshal/M86 Security first joined forces in 2004, with Trustwave acquiring the business last year.

A provider of cloud-based compliance and information security solutions, Trustwave has since added web security and enhanced email security to its security portfolio since the takeover.

“I have been with Marshal through to Trustwave and over the last 10 years Express Data has been a true value added distributor for us here in New Zealand, and when you are dealing with often complex licensing questions and the like, it is great to have such a partner," says Dean Curlew, New Zealand Sales Manager, Trustwave.

Express Data says it is proud to be able to now offer Trustwave’s full product offering, including MailMarshal and WebMarshal.“Security represents a big opportunity for the channel and Express Data," says Phil Presnall, GM of Sales & Marketing, Express Data.

"We are very pleased to have been able to integrate the Trustwave set of products into our portfolio as an extension of our long term partnership that goes right back to the Mailmarshal days.” Trustwave’s range of products in the security space varies from SSL certificates all the way through to their SIEM, adding value to Express Data’s line up of vendors and products.

“The Trustwave acquisition makes us one of the largest security vendors in the world, and this is very exciting, just selling MailMarshal and WebMarshal was getting harder and harder in a saturated market that we dominate," Curlew continues.

"But now with the line-up of best of breed products in other areas like layer 7 WAF, Network Access control (NAC), SIEM, real time web malware detection and so many more is huge, and we are very excited to continue to partner with Express Data as our exclusive distributor here in New Zealand.”

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