Endpoint security software firm, Avecto, has added to its growing channel partner network in Germany with the appointment of IT service company, GCON GmbH as a Premier Partner.

Specialists in the Microsoft Enterprise and Microsoft Data Security Environment, GCON which is based in Ismaning works with a large number of prominent international customers in the management, organization, coordination, and implementation of complex IT projects. Through its Data Security Services and Solutions, GCON helps customers to achieve EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance.

As an Avecto Premier Partner, GCON is now able to leverage the endpoint security solution Defendpoint from Avecto, enabling its customers to proactively stop malware in its tracks. Defendpoint’s least privilege, application control and content isolation capabilities are uniquely managed through a single lightweight agent, providing a simple yet effective security solution.

With headquarters in Manchester (UK), Avecto opened its office in Bad Homburg, close to Frankfurt/Main in 2015 and seen its channel network continue to grow rapidly. The appointment of GCON follows new partnerships with a selection of other new channel Partners in Germany.

Rainer M. Richter, Sales Manager Channel, Central & Eastern Europe at Avecto said:

“GCON is a great addition to our channel partner network and represents another notable step forward in our channel activities here in Germany and the entire DACH region. With an enviable list of customers and significant expertise in security compliance, GCON will help to expand the footprint of Avecto and bring proactive endpoint security to even more organizations in the region.”

Christian Götze, Managing Director & Founder of GCON said:

“We are proud to partner with Avecto – a leading Endpoint Security Company. Avecto´s Defendpoint software integrates Privilege Management, Application Control and Sandboxing functionality and will enable our customers to implement a comprehensive and flexible endpoint security solution.”