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Avast enters strategic partnership with Enterprise Nation

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Avast said on Tuesday that it has entered into a cybersecurity partnership with Enterprise Nation, a small business network and business support provider.

The partnership, which aims to deliver key cybersecurity resources and training for more than half a million UK small businesses, will see Avast become the exclusive cyber security partner for the national network.

Marc Botham, vice president of Worldwide Channel & Alliances at Avast, said: "SMBs are the lifeblood of the UK economy, and they have faced unprecedented challenges in recent times, including temporary closures of their businesses, implementing remote working, and scaling e-commerce for sales and customer communication. For many, they have had to do this without dedicated, or at best minimal, IT support in the face of increased cyberattacks.

"The focus now must be on post-Covid business recovery and growth. We are committed to working with Enterprise Nation to support SMBs by providing them with the tools, resources, and insights they need to optimise their digital possibilities securely and effectively."

No financial details were disclosed.


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