Cyware cuts ribbon on new global partner program

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Cyber security solutions provider Cyware is looking to grow its partnership with its channel and managed security (MSSP/MDR) partners through its new global partner program, CywareOne.

The fresh initiative will enable partners to provide customers with Cyware’s advanced threat intelligence automation, security advisory sharing, low-code vendor-agnostic SOAR, as well as cyber fusion technologies.

In an announcement, the firm revealed it has already partnered with several globally renowned cyber security providers to deliver security solutions, including GuidePoint Security, Ernst & Young, Optiv, Morado, and SHI.

"CywareOne represents a significant step forward in our commitment to developing strong partnerships with businesses that share our vision for a safer digital world," said Matt Courchesne, Cyware’s head of channel for North America. 


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"Our new program will deliver the resources and support our partners need to succeed in the rapidly evolving cyber security landscape."

Cyware specializes in unifying threat intelligence, automation, threat response, and vulnerability management with a range of data insights. The company’s Cyber Fusion solution integrates SOAR and TIP technology to enable collaboration across siloed security teams. 

The platform is deployed by enterprises, government agencies, and MSSPs while providing threat intelligence-sharing platforms for the majority of information-sharing and analysis centers (ISACs) around the world.

With its new partner program, Cyware is now also offering various benefits to its partners, including comprehensive training programs, dedicated support, co-marketing opportunities, and competitive discounts.

CywareOne has been designed to streamline engagement and opportunity management while facilitating a high level of trust and transparency. 

Ultimately, the aim is to equip partners with the skills and resources to effectively tackle clients’ cyber security issues.

The company said the program will create a thriving community of partners that are “united by their commitment to excellence”.

"We designed CywareOne with a clear goal in mind: to facilitate our partners' success," said Amit Patel, SVP of sales at Cyware. 

"We are committed to working collaboratively with our partners to deliver unrivaled cyber security solutions, providing them with the tools they need to excel and differentiate themselves in the market."

Daniel Todd

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