Lacework today announced the launch of a new global channel partner program. The program enables solution provider partners, including VARS, integrators and MSPs to bring Lacework’s innovative cloud security solution to customers operating their IT environments in the public cloud.
Lacework has initiated the program with some of the biggest and most impactful partners in security, including Optiv, SHI and Tevora.
As more enterprises move critical workloads to public cloud platforms, Lacework says, there is an increased need for solutions that address security of their data and assets in public clouds. Lacework recognizes that partners will play an essential role by educating and help with building the optimal program for cloud security for end customers. Partners benefit from Lacework’s unified cloud security solution to meet customer demands of reliable and effective security across workloads, accounts, and containers running in cloud environments.
“As more organizations look to take advantage of public cloud platforms, they’re increasingly leaning on solution partners to help them define effective security strategies,” said Stefan Dyckerhoff, CEO, Lacework. “They provide a hugely valuable service, and our goal with this program is to jointly create value for customers to deliver a best in class security offering.”
Lacework has designed the global channel partner program to guide solution partners to be successful as go-to providers of cloud security for their customers. The program will provide those partners with technology integration frameworks, product training and co-marketing opportunities, all of which will support the partners’ go-to-market strategies.
Partners who wish to take advantage of the Lacework solution can find more information about the Lacework Partner Program on their website.
Lacework will also participate at AWS re:Invent 2018 (booth #1705), taking place Nov. 26-30 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Executives will be available to discuss how Lacework addresses the unique demands of the cloud. They will also demonstrate how security teams can minimize risks for workloads, containers, and accounts without slowing down the pace of innovation.