Wombat Security Expands Product-Wise to Channel Partner Program
FREMONT, CA: With the mission to deliver software-based cyber security awareness and training solutions, Wombat Security Technologies (Wombat) helps its customers to understand the risks associated with poor cyber hygiene. As demand for security awareness training is continuously accelerating, working with Wombat Security, one can subsequently change their behaviors to strengthen their organization’s security posture. It’s very recently that Wombat announced the expansion of its Channel Partner Program to access to market development funds, training, and other access support tools through a Channel Partner portal. Leveraging a newly expanded Channel Partner Program helps IT security solution providers to offer Wombat's comprehensive assessment, sales, marketing, and technical support, and training solutions to their prospective customers globally, according to einnews.com.
Delivering security education products and advanced endpoint threat detection and response solutions, Wombat allows organizations to remediate human risk by training end users. A Wombat based research found that over 50 percent of enterprises are refrained from leveraging security education as a vital piece of their security defenses. "We've found that more organizations are looking for security awareness training programs as cyber breaches continue to make headlines," adds Rob Atherton, Vice President of Worldwide Channels & Business Development at Wombat.
Ever since the launch of the channel partner program in 2012, the company has focused on building strong partnerships with industry leaders to bring cyber security training solutions to organizations including the Fortune 1000 and Global 2000 customers. This enhanced version of the Channel Partner Program in the future will help Wombat to expand its reach and deliver innovative assessment and training solutions to its list of customers.
For the days to come, “We are actively looking for partners willing to co-market with us to serve this significant security market and help companies put in place comprehensive security education training to defend again highly sophisticated attacks," says Rob Atherton.
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