Infinigate becomes sole distributor of the Cybereason Defense Platform in Europe

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Cyber security distributor Infinigate has partnered with extended detection and response (XDR) specialist Cybereason to become its sole distributor in Europe.

Deployed by major organisations and cloud providers around the world, the Cybereason Defense Platform helps businesses detect and respond to cyber attacks at speed and scale.


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The platform analyses more than 23 trillion security-related events per week, which Cybereason says works out as five times the volume of any other solution in the market. Using its patented MalOp (Malicious Operations) detection engine, it reveals the full attack story across every device, user identity, application, and cloud deployment.

In an announcement, Infinigate’s Chief Business Development Officer Julien Antoine said it aims to empower organisations to make informed decisions about their cyber security strategy.

“The scourge of ransomware attacks continues, and we work closely with our customers to understand their unique challenges and, as a result, they trust us to bring them the best and most innovative solutions and services, which truly deliver business value,” he said.

“Cybereason is an ideal choice to complement our existing portfolio – and we are looking forward to significant mutual growth.”

The new partnership will leverage Infinigate’s expertise across the EMEA region and enable Cybereason to access more VARs and MSSPs through its network of trusted resellers.

Frank Koelmel, General Manager of EMEA at Cybereason, said the agreement will extend the company’s presence in Europe and beyond.

“Infinigate’s network of partners, their agility and their capacity across Europe was a key driver for Cybereason signing an exclusive distributor agreement,” he said. “This partnership enables us to jointly assist more European organisations in their relentless fight against ransomware and other debilitating targeted attacks.

“We believe this partnership will boost Cybereason’s growth in Europe and potentially in other regions in 2023.”

Daniel Todd

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