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SecureWorks achieves AWS Partner Network's highest designation

24 Nov 16

SecureWorks has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network's highest designation, after achieving Advanced Technology Partner Status.

The intelligence-driven information security solutions provider says the new designation is reflective of both its commitment to AWS and client security.

The Advanced designation is awarded to a 'small portion' of partners who meet criteria including increase technical validation, a high number of public client references and extensive training in AWS and cloud, the company says.

“We are honored to have reached Advanced Technology Partner status, further demonstrating our commitment to helping customers succeed in leveraging the AWS Cloud," comments Matt Eberhart, executive director of global product management at SecureWorks.

SecureWorks has been both a client and partner of AWS since 2014. The company recently added new purpose-capabilities for AWS, which secure customer workloads using SaaS solutions.

“With our solutions, organizations can extend their security visibility and get added protection for their sensitive data on premises and in the cloud. Through our collaboration with AWS, we are able to better serve the needs of our clients as they pursue hybrid architectures as they transform their organizations to be more agile and flexible,” Eberhart continues.

SecureWorks provides intelligence-driven information security solutions. The company has more than 4300 clients across 59 countries.

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