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Nedscaper has been invited by Microsoft to take a seat on the Security Partner Advisory Council (SECPAC) consisting of a handful of members worldwide.
26 juli 2019
Nedscaper has been invited by Microsoft to take a seat on the Security Partner Advisory Council (SECPAC) consisting of a handful of members worldwide. For Nedscaper this is the first PAC program where we can continue to make a significant impact to the improvement of Microsoft’s security products and services on a global level.
“Our partnership with Microsoft is extremely important for us, that’s why we invest a lot of time with the product teams in Redmond and Israel to improve both Microsoft’s products and our own. Our Nedscapers take pride in working together with Microsoft’s various engineering teams on the latest emerging zero-days and threats. It’s fantastic to see that in just a year Nedscaper has made it to this global strategic level, we are now also seen by Microsoft as an elite partner with great impact and strength,” said Thomas Verwer, CEO at Nedscaper.
The Microsoft Partner Advisory Council (PAC) is an exclusive program, which can only be joined by invitation. This honorable seat on the table means that Nedscaper will have a direct influence on the strategic course and the development of Microsoft’s security products and services in the coming years.
This helps accelerate Nedscapers role of being involved and consulted at the earliest stage in product development of the Microsoft engineering roadmap. This will enable Nedscaper to continue to differentiate itself to customers and strengthen our offerings on both consulting and managed security services within the market.