Here’s What 10 Cybersecurity CEOs Are Prioritizing In 2023
From reaching customers that are buying security solutions in new ways, to fighting cybercrime and emerging threats alongside their trusted channel partners, here’s what some of the world’s biggest security CEOs are prioritizing this year.
Orion Hindawi, Executive Chairman and former CEO
For our large strategic and GSI partners, our focus remains on current enterprise expansion and new logo acquisition through joint services and integrations, including integrations with tools from joint technology partners such as Microsoft. At the distributor and reseller level, we will focus on expanding the huge successes we achieved together in 2022 and will continue to drive activity focused on ramping their sourced business, including the upcoming launch of our global Tanium Risk Assessment campaign, which partners can begin to execute in February. We want to ensure customers continue to see us and our partners as go-to experts they can count on to solve their endpoint security and technology management challenges, as key counsel to help them strategically invest in high growth lines of business, and as trusted resources that can attract and retain the most elite talent in the industry. If we can come close to these goals, it will be a good year, but we plan on pushing well beyond our goals to make it a great year for our joint customers.
Prakash Panjwani, CEO
This one is easy! It is absolutely helping our partners to adopt the WatchGuard Unified Security Platform architecture. We have been working on our Unified Security Platform approach for several years and we enter 2023 with a robust product platform, backed by the most flexible business models in the industry. Our team is 100 percent focused on empowering our MSP partners to succeed, and we are going to leverage our platform in 2023 with our partners to help them provide customers with unparalleled products, services and support.