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Vasco expands into NZ with Datastor

10 Jun 10

Vasco Data Security will enhance its presence in the Australian and New Zealand markets by partnering with Westcon.

The security firm specialises in authentication products and aims to leverage Westcon’s channel to increase its presence in Australia and New Zealand.

Vasco says it offers user authentication and e-signature capabilities which enhance secure access to corporate networks, online accounts and applications.

“Westcon has a profound knowledge of the Australian and the New Zealand market. We address the growing amount of threats to networks with products from leading security manufacturers,” said Leigh Howard from Westcon Group. "Vasco is complementary to the existing vendors within our security practice and allows us to design and offer complete end to end security solutions to our extensive reseller base across the ANZ market".

Westcon and Datastor (Westcon’s New Zealand Business), will offer Vasco’s enterprise Digipass range, Digipass for Mobile, SMS Software, Plug-in Server Software, Identikey and the aXsGuard appliances to resellers.

Jan Valcke, President and COO of Vasco Data Security, added, “Since Westcon Australia is a leading distributor of security solutions, we couldn’t choose a better partner for the Australian and New Zealand markets. We are confident that our collaboration with Westcon Australia and New Zealand will help our company to expand its reach.”

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