|By Marketwired .||
|April 22, 2014 03:35 PM EDT||
OVERLAND PARK, KS -- (Marketwired) -- 04/22/14 -- FishNet Security, North America's largest independent information security solutions provider, continued its momentum in the first quarter of 2014 by earning six awards recognizing the company's growth, performance and commitment to excellence from leading information security vendors.
FishNet Security partners with more than 75 technology manufacturers to provide the most comprehensive information security solution capabilities. The company's more than 3,200 customers include major enterprises, government agencies and small-to-medium businesses (SMB).
"As the largest information security solutions provider, our value proposition is helping organizations determine the most appropriate strategy for their specific environment and objectives," said Rich Fennessy, who took over as CEO of FishNet Security in November 2013. "We have invested heavily in our technical capabilities and expertise to be the industry's leader. Being recognized as the top performer by some of the industry's most respected organizations is a tremendous honor for us."
Within the last few weeks, FishNet Security was honored to receive the following partner awards for 2013 performance:
- McAfee Most Valuable Partner 2013 - North America
- FireMon Top National Partner - Growth and Revenue
- IBM Top Revenue Award - Security Systems
- FireEye Partner of the Year - Most Certified & Trained Partner
- HP PartnerOne Growth Reseller Award 2013
- Juniper Networks Authorized Education Partner Top Performer 2013
"Our success with these partners reflects a deep commitment from each organization to develop and deliver solutions that address the needs of our customers," said Fennessy. "At the end of the day, the success and security of our customers is the ultimate measure of our effectiveness."
In addition to product resale and technical support, FishNet Security delivers proven professional services including consulting, incident response, threat intelligence and training through nine Authorized Training Centers (ATCs). FishNet Security's fastest growing offering is its Managed Security Services, which provide customers the option to outsource threat monitoring to Security Operations Centers in Kansas City and Atlanta.
About FishNet Security
FishNet Security is the No. 1 provider of information security solutions that combine technology, services, support and training. Since 1996, the company has repeatedly been recognized for its rapid growth, high customer satisfaction and continuous business innovation. Today, FishNet Security has 29 regional offices, including 9 training facilities, two product testing laboratories and two security operations centers that monitor and support customer networks. For more information, visit www.fishnetsecurity.com.
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