Leidschendam, Germany – September 27, 2010
Webroot, the first Internet security service company, today announced it has opened an office in Leidschendam, The Netherlands, in response to the company's growth in the BeNeLux market. The Dutch management team, composed of Jeroen Vroemen and Peter Lindeman, will shape the expansion of Webroot in the BeNeLux market.
Webroot BeNeLux aims to deliver Webroot's enterprise security-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions to businesses via channel partners, leveraging the company's award-winning Channel Edge Partner Program to support its partners. In the coming months the organization will expand to a total of six employees. The first vacancy of Channel Account Manager has already been filled.
Webroot's enterprise SaaS product portfolio includes Web Security Service, E-mail Security Service and E-mail Archiving service. Using these solutions, organizations can protect their e-mail and Web browser in the cloud against viruses, spam, malicious Web sites, data loss (DLP) and harmful downloads. With Webroot's e-mail archiving solution organizations simplify their e-mail storage and management and support their compliance requirements.
According to Jeroen Vroemen, Managing Director Webroot BeNeLux, the market for security solutions is in motion. "We have seen a surge for Web-based security solutions. The quality of the SaaS security solutions and the customer support we offer has driven Webroot's continued growth in this market."
Peter Lindeman, Director Business Development Webroot BeNeLux, adds: "There is a lot for us to do in BeNeLux. Organizations of all sizes continue to face problems with malware and data loss via their e-mail or the Internet. Our goal is to help protect these organizations by offering our Web and E-mail Security solutions."
Webroot BeNeLux presents its enterprise SaaS solutions to the market during Infosecurity 2010, 3 – 4 November De Jaarbeurs Utrecht, stand 01.D145.
Note to the press:
For more information about Webroot BeNeLux or for an interview with Jeroen Vroemen and/or Peter Lindeman please contact Peter Drent at Wisse Kommunikatie, telephone +31 26-4431523 or by e-mail
Dick Williams, CEO Webroot, and Gerhard Eschelbeck, CTO Webroot, will be available for several interviews during Infosecurity 2010. If you are interested in an interview with one of these spokespeople, please contact Peter Drent at Wisse Kommunikatie.
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