Securonix, a provider of user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) solutions for information security, has announced today the launch of its channel partner and alliance program, Cyber Path Alliance. From here on out, the company will deliver its solutions to the market exclusively through Cyber Path Alliance member organizations.
The move to focus sales on a 100 percent channel-driven strategy comes after Securonix’s early success with solid channel partners. The company’s tremendous growth is due in large part to its growing partner
The company attributes its strong growth to its growing partner ecosystem that boasts some of the largest technology resellers and integrators in the world including Optiv, Forsythe, HCI, and Guidepoint.
The Cyber Path Alliance will be led by Darren Gaeta, vice president of partnerships and alliances at Securonix, and industry insider who has twice been named a CRN Channel Chief Honoree for his standing in the industry and dedication to the channel partner community.
Securonix believes that the Cyber Path Alliance presents an “enormous opportunity” to channel partners, system integrators and value-added resellers in the “red-hot” UEBA market, where revenue will climb to almost $200 million by the end of 2017, up from less than $50 million today, according to Gartner, Inc.
“Our partners see us as the best-of-breed security analytics provider and the most direct channel into this exploding market,” says Gaeta. “Our success is a reflection of how the combination of groundbreaking technology and top-tier partnerships form the strongest foundation for mutual growth.”
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