Infrastructure VAD Arrow ECS has signed a North America and EMEA distribution agreement with Getvisibility. Under the agreement, Arrow will provide product distribution for Getvisibility in North America and EMEA (through its local offices in Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Morocco, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom), and support services for new and existing customers leveraging the technologies and solutions from Getvisibility.
Data is at the heart of almost every organisation, yet conventional cybersecurity solutions, by themselves, have failed to protect it. It is the era of digital transformation, and securing data is playing a critical role in accelerating this transformation. A growing problem that enterprises face is the inability to accurately know their data, where it resides and who has access to it. Combined with a migration to the cloud, the process of securing data becomes even more unmanageable.
Getvisibility combines artificial intelligence with natural language processing to bring an innovative solution to the global market that allows organisations to protect their most sensitive data by accurately classifying information using machine learning.
“Getvisibility uses machine learning to discover and classify large amounts of data, facilitating a better cloud migration and a more secure data governance program, helping with both data security and regulatory mandates such as GDPR”, says Ronan Murphy, CEO of Getvisibility. “This agreement with Arrow ECS will yield exciting benefits for our global customers and partners.”
“Artificial Intelligence will increasingly play a dominant role in addressing cyber attacks that become more and more complex”, says Alexis Brabant, vice president of sales for Arrow ECS in EMEA. “Getvisibility will help our channel customers to address their end customers security requirements faster and more efficiently. Moving forward, AI and machine learning will be inevitable to protect data from threats.”