The Missing Link wins multiple FireEye awards

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The Missing Link wins multiple FireEye awards
FireEye's Phil Vasic, The Missing Link's Aaron Bailey, FireEye's Sean Kopelke and Steve Pataky

Sydney solutions provider The Missing Link scored two awards at FireEye's first-ever Australian partner conference this month.

The Missing Link won the Emerging Partner of the Year award, while director and security manager Aaron Bailey clinched the Sales Excellence award.

Bailey joined The Missing Link in 2013 to head up its then-new security practice. He came over from Dimension Data, where he was NSW security practice manager for over three years.

"Under his leadership, the division has experienced rapid growth including more than doubling staff, signing new vendor partnerships and growing the client base with many new notable clients," announced The Missing Link.

[Related: FireEye channel panel reveals secrets to selling security]

The Missing Link was one of several Australia FireEye partners to win awards at the conference.

Security vendor FireEye held its ANZ conference in Sydney on 5 August, with vice president of worldwide channels and alliances Steve Pataky flying in to meet local partners and host a "channel panel".

Bailey spoke on the panel, along with Optus Business security practice manager Andrew Stephanou, IBM Security Services executive Glen Gooding and Hewlett-Packard senior security advisor Andrew Latham.

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