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Atakama Expands Channel Market Reach with New Ingram Micro Distribution Relationship

Atakama, the data security company that introduced the first Zero Trust file system through multi-factor encryption, announced a U.S. distribution agreement with Ingram Micro.

Atakama provides unparalleled protection for confidential, proprietary, client data, and any other sensitive information. Atakama’s one-of-a-kind information security solution is designed to keep data safe from attacks, even when other security fails. Atakama eliminates the need for passwords, does not rely on identity and access management controls, does not disrupt user workflows, or how users interact with their files.The solution offers customizable security policies to best fit individualized business needs and use cases.

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As part of the new relationship, Ingram Micro’s emerging technologies team will help its U.S. channel partners get to know Atakama and successfully sell its file-encryption solution to their enterprise clients and SMBs.

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“Our new alliance with Ingram Micro allows Atakama to further amplify our channel-first commercial strategy,” said Scott Glazer, CRO of Atakama. “We recognize and appreciate that our channel partners have trusted relationships with their clients, so we’re extremely excited to work with Ingram Micro – an industry leader – to leverage their expertise and help us scale and our partners keep their customers’ data safe and secure.”

“Atakama’s file-encryption solution helps companies solve for security when transferring files, especially now when so many are working remote,” said Donald Scott, Head of Vendor Management, Emerging Business Group at Ingram Micro. “The team at Atakama is all in on the channel and ready to grow with Ingram Micro and our channel partners.”

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