Chess CyberSecurity awarded both Public Sector Partner of the year award AND UKI Synchronised Security Partner Award at the Sophos Discover 2018 Partner Conference
On 9th May Sophos hosted its 2018 Partner Conference at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London. As a leading UK partner, Chess CyberSecurity was a guest at the event. It included the annual Global Awards Ceremony and was followed by an evening’s celebrations at Altitude in Westminster.
On the day, the Sophos Executive Leadership Team delivered keynote presentations on Sophos’ strategy, it’s Partner commitments and on the future of the IT security industry. Partners also attended a packed agenda of breakout sessions delivered by key business, product, technical and sales experts.
The Annual Partner Conference celebrates the successes of Sophos’ partners throughout the UK and sets out the company’s strategy and innovations that will help partners take advantage of opportunities within the fast-moving IT security marketplace.
Last year, Chess CyberSecurity won the Outstanding Performance award.
Jonathan Bartholomew, Channel Director UKI of Sophos, said, “It’s always a great pleasure to be able to meet our partners face to face at these events as they play a crucial role in our success as a business. It’s a fantastic opportunity to gather feedback, to hear our partners’ validation of our strategy across the endpoint and network and to see it helping to make their businesses a success. I am delighted Chess CyberSecurity has won both Public Sector Partner and Synchronised Security Partner for the UK. They have had a fantastic year and it’s very well deserved.”
James Miller, Managing Director of Chess CyberSecurity commented “we are honoured to have been awarded both Public Sector Partner of the Year as well as UKI Synchronised Security Partner. It’s such a great achievement. Our relationship with Sophos has gone from strength to strength; we look forward to continuing to make Chess a great place to be a customer with Sophos across public sector and business customers in the UK”