Cavirin today announced the launch of its new Cavirin Connect Partner Program designed to accelerate global growth. The new program empowers resellers, integrators, and MSSPs to offer the Cavirin CyberPosture Intelligence solution to customers worldwide, addressing the ever-increasing cyberattacks organizations face on a daily basis.
The inaugural members of the Cavirin Connect Partner Program include Astadia in the U.K., Bodega Technologies, InterVision, Lite Distribution in Australia, Logicworks, Scalar in Canada, Titans Security in Israel, Veristor and others.
“When migrating to the cloud, security and visibility are two key concerns for C-level executives,” said Tom Hance, VP of Worldwide Sales, Cavirin. “Many times, these individuals don’t have access to best-in-class solutions. With the introduction of our Cavirin Connect Partner Program, we are equipping our partners with the necessary technical and business acumen to enable them to deliver cutting-edge cloud security to their customers.”
Cavirin removes security compliance as a barrier to cloud adoption by automating with the broadest set of customizable frameworks, benchmarks and guidelines available. The company’s solution secures both the public cloud control plane as well as target hybrid cloud workloads (servers), on-premise, within the public cloud, and within containers. CyberPosture is a consolidated risk score for the hybrid infrastructure, based on configuration checks, vulnerabilities, and risk, security and compliance audit frameworks requirements, permitting the CISO’s team to immediately compare the organization’s current security posture against the desired “golden posture” and immediately take corrective action.
The Cavirin Connect Partner Program helps partners up-level their cloud security offerings with a solution that is both easy and cost-effective to deploy, the company says.
Key benefits include:
- A sophisticated partner management platform based on Allbound that enables a 100 percent deal registration model, insuring the best discount level and assurance that your account is protected;
- Effective and differentiated security services for resellers, system integrators, and managed service providers, further simplifying continuous security and compliance for organizations of all sizes; and
- The ability to leverage Cavirin’s RESTful API, allowing partners to easily integrate the Cavirin solution within their existing managed service offerings.
“Cavirin Connect aligns with our goal of building a $100m business in hybrid cloud security over next 48 months,” stated Jack Kudale, Chief Operating Officer at Cavirin. “It enables faster onboarding, and expedited readiness for resellers, distributors and managed service providers globally. This is core pillar of our distribution model and even more exciting is that we expect majority of our enterprise business to be driven by partners in 2018. We are pleased with the traction we are getting with partners and proud of the fact that we can serve our customers in new territories.”
Mike Chadwick, CEO of Allbound said: “I am honored Cavirin selected Allbound to enable the launch of their new channel program. Not only does Cavirin offer an innovative solution for CISOs worldwide, by choosing Allbound, they also demonstrate their commitment to empowering partner success with easy access to high quality content, seamless deal registration and collaboration. Cavirin is a great example to follow on how to launch a modern and powerful channel program; we are excited to innovate with them long into the future.”
Scott G. Silk, Chairman and CEO at Astadia in the UK said: “Security and compliance are a major concern for our customers, especially those in regulated industries, and those with hybrid environments. By partnering with Cavirin, we are excited to be bringing state of the art solutions for OS Hardening, vulnerability scanning, and compliance auditing for GDPR, PCI, SOX, and HIPAA to our customers. In addition, Astadia is building Cavirin’s security automation into our unique DevSecOps solutions to give our clients piece of mind that security is embedded in every piece of code that runs through our pipelines.”
Chris Kirscheke, Owner and Managing Director at Bodega Technologies said: “At Bodega Tech, we’re excited to partner with Cavirin, as more and more customers are looking to de-risk their move to the public cloud, while still maintaining their existing private data centers. Cavirin helps provide us with the rock-solid security platform needed to complement our Cloud and DevOps solutions, all in one comprehensive platform.”
Paul Clement, Director Automation Services at InterVision said: “InterVision is very excited about Cavirin’s real-time auditing capabilities. Their technology allows us to identifying compliance issues related to micro-services and the cloud. This has allowed our security engineers to remediate these issues and ensure ongoing compliance after our engagements.”
Chris Johnston, Director at Lite Distribution in Australia said: “In the first month of Lite Distribution introducing Cavirin to our partners we have received multiple requests for product information and demonstration. Such is the interest we have major SI partners already scheduled in for online meetings and technical overviews with Cavirin’s US team.”
Sachin Bansal, Head of Strategic Alliances and Channels at Logicworks said: “For companies in highly-regulated industries, complex compliance requirements can slow down widespread public cloud adoption. Logicworks and Cavirin have independently helped hundreds of companies overcome compliance roadblocks — and so together, we can offer comprehensive software and services to prepare customers for compliance on the cloud. Logicworks’ team of compliance experts and Cavirin’s tooling bring clarity and transparency to compliance, helping customers derive business value faster from the cloud.
Simon Wong, Security Specialist at Scalar in Canada said: “Even if a client isn’t multi-cloud or hybrid cloud today, the value of investing in a security and compliance tool that can scale to include that scenario is clear. I’ve been impressed by the speed with which Cavirin is able to adopt customized compliance reporting requirements from my clients into the service. It is an important part of identifying unintentionally-introduced application vulnerabilities, sometimes a result of continuous integration / deployment practices that haven’t been built with security at the forefront.”
Danny Abramovich, CEO at Titans Security in Israel said “As one of Cavirin’s early partners, Titans Security in Israel recognized the need for Cavirin’s security and compliance offering for hybrid environments early on. With existing private data centers still in place along with the rapid adoption of AWS as well other public cloud providers in Israel, having the ability to help our customers automate their security and compliance initiatives such as GDPR across their hybrid environments was paramount.”
Bryan Copeland, Security Market Specialist at Veristor said: “At Veristor we are seeing more customers/prospects morphing into hybrid cloud environments. Along with that movement more customers/prospects that we talk to are adopting frameworks like NIST or CIS 20. We truly see how Cavirin can bring immediate value providing continuous risk assessments and framework benchmarking along with a remediation plan to make gains on risk posture.”