Cybersecurity Channel Moves: Q2 2023
We’re taking a look at the security vendors that’ve unveiled major partner program updates or named new channel chiefs in the second quarter of 2023.
On May 18, ThreatModeler, which offers tools for automated modeling of cyber threats to DevOps and DevSecOps teams, unveiled its new ThreatNet Partner Program. The program aims to enable reseller and distributor partners to generate new business through helping software development teams with visualizing their attack surfaces and proactively mitigating security issues. The ThreatNet Partner Program brings a focus on generating recurring revenue opportunities to partners, and ultimately “rewards partners for their capabilities, growth and commitment,” said Erika Trenkle (pictured), director of strategic alliances at ThreatModeler, in a news release.
Components and benefits of the partner program include deal registration, sales support, marketing support, training and certification — as well as a partner portal that features product info, marketing content and sales tools, according to the company.