VMRay, a provider of automated malware analysis and detection solutions, has announced that it has signed a strategic partnership with Ingram Micro, a distributor and provider of technology services and solutions. The new distribution agreement expands VMRay’s reach across the European continent and provides Ingram Micro channel partners with access to VMRay’s portfolio of innovative malware analysis solutions. VMRay will be showcasing its suite of solutions at the upcoming Ingram Micro ONE Partner Conference, an all-virtual event being held on November 4-5, 2020.
“While other sectors of the IT industry have slowed in the European market due to the uncertainty of the current pandemic, demand for innovative cybersecurity solutions remains robust and represents an opportunity for growth for our partners,” said Dr Ali Baghdadi, SVP and Chief Executive, Ingram Micro Cybersecurity EMEA. “We chose to partner with VMRay following rigorous testing in our two European cybersecurity Centres of Excellence because its technology is both novel, highly effective and has proven itself to drive immediate value to a broad array of technology resellers.”
In today’s dynamic threat environment, signature-based security solutions are unable to detect threats which have never been seen before. VMRay represents a radical departure from traditional malware sandbox analysis methods. Combining hypervisor-based dynamic analysis with static and real-time reputation engines, security teams can quickly detect threats and extract indicators of compromise (IOCs), while remaining invisible to malware.
“Ingram Micro is not only the largest global distributor with deep channel and sales expertise, with its focus on Cybersecurity Solutions and its cybersecurity Centres of Excellence in Utrecht and Belgrade it lays the perfect foundation for our software distribution,” said Ilijana Vavan, Chief Sales Officer for VMRay. “While we have signed a number of reseller agreements over the past year, this agreement with Ingram Micro will provide us instant access the entirety of the European continent as well as a rich ecosystem of established partners who are focused on the cybersecurity market.”