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Arrow ECS Enters Distribution Agreement with Trellix in EMEA

Mike Worby, head of strategic alliances for Arrow ECS EMEA
Mike Worby, head of strategic alliances for Arrow ECS EMEA

Global infrastructure VAD Arrow ECS has unveiled an expanded distribution agreement with global cybersecurity company and extended detection and response (XDR) provider Trellix. Arrow will now distribute the full suite of Trellix products in 17 EMEA countries (namely Austria, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia/Lithuania, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Morocco, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom).

Trellix was established in 2022 following the acquisition by Trellix’s parent company of the McAfee and FireEye enterprise businesses. Trellix has combined the endpoint, cloud, collaboration, data and user, application, and infrastructure security capabilities of both brands. The company's focus on machine learning and automation in threat detection and response allows for security technology that can learn and adapt to combat advanced threats.

We are committed to redefining the future of cybersecurity”, said Luca Brandi, EMEA channel director, Trellix. “Our solutions safeguard thousands of organisations, providing them confidence in the protection and resilience of their security operations. Arrow’s track record of supporting channel partners and their understanding of the market extends our reach, delivering effective detection, remediation, and response to more businesses across Europe and the Middle East.

Mike Worby, head of strategic alliances for Arrow ECS EMEA, said: “in an increasingly mobile world where the threat of cyber-attacks continues to grow, this expanded agreement with Trellix offers our pan-European customers a comprehensive portfolio that spans endpoint, messaging, data protection, network, and cloud services. We are looking forward to working with the team at Trellix to help our channel partners grow and help provide more robust cybersecurity solutions to businesses across the EMEA region.


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