Foresite expands UK network with 2019 partner programme

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Cyber security firm Foresite has announced its 2019 EMEA Partner Program, designed to deliver significant revenue and co-branding opportunities to UK managed service providers and resellers.

The initiative forms part of Foresite’s plan to scale-up its UK partner network by targeting MSPs, ICT resellers and security consultants in order to take advantage of the rapidly-growing opportunities across all industry sectors.

With a rapid route to market and no up-front investment costs, partners can use the company’s flexible, multi-tenant security service for selling into their end users of all sizes and across all verticals.

Based on a pay-as-you-go subscription model, the firm’s cybersecurity technology platform enables partners to provide a range of new or additional services – such as security monitoring and analysis, log storage and management, security infrastructure management and orchestration, security operations, incident detection and response, penetration testing, vulnerability assessment and more.

“Foresite’s proven and scalable MSSP solution allows our partners to gain low-risk, low-cost entry into the high-growth, high-margin cybersecurity market,” said Jason Humphreys, SVP of managed services at Foresite. “Using their own branding, they can quickly and easily realise recurring high margin revenues while unlocking potentially lucrative additional business opportunities such as software customisation and compliance projects.”

Managed by its own security operations centre (SOC), Foresite already offers round-the-clock vigilance, expertise and cyber threat management to businesses, government agencies, educational institutions and non-profit organisations of all sizes.

“We want to help more UK resellers and service providers gain competitive edge in this rapidly growing, multibillion pound industry by ensuring greater agility and flexibility when addressing ever-changing cyber industry conditions,” Humphreys added. “Our managed security services are well-proven and ideally complement existing technology services.”

Daniel Todd

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