The agreement is a North American one, but it’s expected to be about eight to ten months before Votiro’s content disarm and reconstruction [CDR] technology finds its way to Ingram Micro partners in Canada.
WhiteHat will operate as an independent subsidiary of NTT Security and retain both its name and its brand. They provide NTT with a capability it did not have in-house before at all, while receiving access to NTT’s broader array of security services. Initial feedback from partners at the RSA event was highly positive.
TITUS has been successful selling to very large enterprises, but as their skillset becomes even more relevant to the broader data protection market, they are broadening their go-to-market strategy with an expanded system of both strategic technology and reseller partners, with the goal of a 100 per cent channel business.