e92plus pushes new Cryptocard VAR certifications

Recent distie signing e92plus is to take charge of seeding two new technical certifications and a training programme in Cryptocard's reseller channel.

Recent distie signing e92plus is to take charge of seeding two new technical certifications and a training programme in Cryptocard's reseller channel.

Authentication specialist Cryptocard sees a growing and obvious need for more robust authentication practices to combat hacking and identity theft, and is planning a raft of measures to help partners address this during 2012.

The new partner badges, Certified Authentication Specialist (CCAS) and Certified Authentication Engineer (CCAE) have been designed to ensure both channel sales teams and engineers are well positioned to better serve their customers in terms of pre- and post-sales skills and technical expertise. The programme will be delivered on-site at e92plus' Surrey base.

"Cryptocard brings a unique approach to two factor authentication with their cloud latform, and we believe their solution offers fantastic opportunities to the reseller community, as well as excellent security to end-users," said e92plus managing director Mukesh Gupta.

"[We have] seen significant growth over the last year as the appetite for two factor authentication has grown dramatically, and barriers to adoption of cost, complexity and scale have been removed," added Cryptocard sales and marketing director Adrian Jones.

"We have responded to this by expanding out partner base and instituting a new partner programme. Our industry standard training and certification will provide resellers with access to the latest training on cloud authentication available today," he added.




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