As part of its strategy to support its international partners, the vendor is currently in search of a regional sales manager for Australia who will be responsible for all sales of Sourcefire technologies in the region.
“These ongoing investments will ensure that customers in this region continue to receive the same superior security technology, support and training that have enabled us to build such a strong foundation in the area,” said John Czupak, vice president of international sales and business development for Sourcefire.
Local distributor, Tom Piotrowski, managing director of Unixpac said: “Sourcefire's direct presence would help us to provide even better coverage of the market and grow the business further."
In addition, the company along with Unixpac will conduct new seminar series and training programs to provide Sourcefire and SNORT users with the tools to successfully deploy and manage its security solutions and protect their most critical assets.
Martin Roesch, the creator of SNORT and CTO and founder of Sourcefire, will lead a new educational seminar , “Enterprise Threat Management (ETM): Bringing Security Together Through Intelligence” in Sydney on October 9 and in Melbourne on October 11.
Sourcefire expands Aussie presence
By Staff Writers on Sep 25, 2007 2:30PM
Open source security vendor, Sourcefire, is set to expand its Australian presence as it looks to recruit a new sales team and launches a new training program including a seminar series.
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