Nuvias rebrands Benelux arm, promising more support for resellers

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Nuvias has cemented its expansion into Benelux by rebranding its local acquisition, DCB, as well as signing new reseller agreements with security vendors.

DCB - acquired by the distributor last year - will now be known as Nuvias Benelux, and will resell services from the likes of FireEye, Juniper Networks and Malwarebytes alongside its pre-existing portfolio of Kaspersky Lab, Trustwave and WatchGuard.

"We have a wealth of security experience and knowledge acquired over many years and are known for our high level of sales, marketing, technical and business support, making us a great choice for resellers and vendors wanting to expand their activities in this area," said Wim Clinckspoor, director of services and managing partner for Nuvias Benelux.

"The current security market offers fantastic potential for both our existing and new resellers and we intend to do everything possible to help our partners take advantage of these opportunities. We have already had strong interest in our new security brands and have increased our sales levels, which means increased sales for our partners."

Nuvias plans to support its wider portfolio with new technical resources in Benelux, as well as more staff, in the coming months. The distie's reseller partners can also expect more product education and support.

Its Cyber Security Practice in the region will offer services in the areas of identity access management, ransomware, insider threats, cloud and mobile security and DDoS attacks.

Ian Kilpatrick, EVP of cyber security for Nuvias, said: "There is a great opportunity for resellers to help their customers deal with these threats. The Nuvias Cyber Security Practice in Benelux offers a comprehensive, but focused, set of security solutions, which will help partners establish or reaffirm themselves as trusted advisors to their clients."