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1 April 2021

Sapphire is delighted to announce a new partnership with VMware Carbon Black. The partnership enriches Sapphires portfolio enable its clients to benefit from Carbon Blacks next-generation antivirus and endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution.

With a nationwide presence across the UK and throughout its 24-year history, Sapphire has worked with its clients to identify the threats & risks to their business, take the necessary steps to protect, detect where there are gaps or weaknesses in their defences and respond appropriately in line with the risk appetite of their business.

Together, Sapphire and VMware Carbon Black are excited to be able to deliver a comprehensive endpoint detection and response (EDR) solution to their clients. Providing protection against the full spectrum of modern cyber-attacks.

“VMware Carbon Black is delighted to onboard their legacy partner Sapphire to VMware Partner Connect program. Sapphire is our trusted security partner with a strong presence in the United Kingdom and we are thrilled to continue this long-lasting relationship.” – David Ashfield, Channel Manager UK&I at VM Carbon Black

“We are delighted to have partnered with Carbon Black to strengthen our portfolio in a critical area of cybersecurity – the endpoint. Their single-agent solution is the right fit to build on essential endpoint protections and elevate these into today’s EDR requirements like proactive incident response and threat hunting. With Carbon Black, we can reflect advanced security features found in enterprise protections such as intrusion prevention, behavioural analytics and directly onto the endpoint, offering them the best protection available today.”- David Lannin, CTO, Sapphire

To learn more about VMware Carbon Black you can join our webinar taking place on Thursday 24th September by registering HERE.

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