ASPP partners can integrate Application Access Cloud into their security offerings, the company said. Application Access Cloud enables channel partners to connect organizations to private applications and help them provide secure network access to their third-party supply chain partners, vendors, contractors and remote employees.
Furthermore, ASPP partners can help organizations control private application access via a zero-trust security model, Axis stated. This ensures that ASPP partners can protect organizations against security risks commonly exposed by legacy access solutions and vulnerable applications.
How Does ASPP Work?
Two ASPP partner levels are available:
Authorized: Provides an entry level designed for partners that want to launch private application access services as quickly as possible.
Premium: Available to partners that commit to annual revenue targets.
ASPP also provides partners with access to business development opportunities, training, joint marketing and other tools and resources based on their partner level.
What Does ASPP Mean for Channel Partners and Axis?
ASPP ensures Axis can engage channel partners and empower them with the ability to offer Axis Application Access Cloud to global organizations. In addition, ASPP could help Axis capitalize on the rising demand for zero-trust security solutions worldwide.
The global zero-trust security market is projected to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 19.9 percent between 2019 and 2024, industry analyst MarketsandMarkets indicated. This market also could be worth $38.6 billion by 2024.