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Cloud Distribution launches ARMR service

The distributor has launched a suite of white label security services aimed at making life easier for resellers

Cloud Distribution has teamed up with managed security provider SecureFort to create a suite of white label services that resellers can take out to customers.
 
The Cloud ARMR offering, which stands for Automate, Regulate, Mitigate and Remediate, includes SOC as a service, vulnerability assessment services and managed cyber security services for both existing and new deployments.
 
The distributor has committed to providing a SOC that covers vendors in its portfolio as well as those it doesn't work with to give resellers the widest range of options. It is also hoping that the white label approach will take the pressure of those that have avoided offering these sorts of services so far.
 
“What we are hearing from both end users and partners is that Cyber Security as a managed service is a the most sought-after solution to combat modern threats that are constantly evolving," said Adam Davison, sales and marketing director for Cloud Distribution.
 
"We’ve worked closely with digital disruptor SecureFort precisely to solve this problem. ARMR gives our partners access to a full scope of skills and services 365/24/7, allowing them to continue with business as usual, rest assured that their customers will always remain safe and secure. The best part is we can offer this via partners to customer technology solutions that we and our partners do not currently house," he added.
 
The partnership with SecureFort means that there are 50 technical engineers working on the Cloud ARMR service.
 
William Despard, services director for SecureFort, said that Cloud Distribution was reacting to changing market needs and it would provide support that was hard to find elsewhere in the market.
 
"They’ve seen the market shift and heard what their VARs need, and we are very excited to help them deliver this service. We are bringing over 20 years of experience to this partnership alongside over 300,000 managed devices now under the ARMR management platform which spans across various sectors including key contracts with large Government Ministries and Private Sector companies," he said. 

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