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Cyber Threat Intelligence Provider Cyble Launches Partner Network

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Cyble has debuted the Cyble Partner Network (CPN) to give MSSPs and other technology providers technologies that they can use to help their customers guard against cyber threats, the company said.

Commenting on CPN and how it highlights his company's commitment to protect organizations against cyber threats, Cyble CEO Beenu Arora said:

"CPN is a major milestone in our mission to revolutionize cybersecurity collaboration. This network represents our commitment to empowering organizations with advanced tools and expertise to combat cyber threats."

Multiple Cyble Partner Network Programs Available

CPN includes the following programs:

  • MSSP Program lets MSSPs use Cyble's threat intelligence platform to upgrade their cybersecurity services.
  • TAP Program allows partners to integrate their platforms with the Cyble Vision threat intelligence and dark web monitoring product.
  • Reseller Program provides partners with threat intelligence solutions and support and guidance from Cyble.
  • Referral Program gives partners marketing resources that they can use to recommend Cyble's cybersecurity solutions and earn rewards.

Cyble Offers Exclusive Partner Benefits

Organizations that partner with Cyble can access a wide range of benefits, including:

  • Competitive pricing
  • Technical support
  • Marketing assistance
  • Flexible licensing
  • Access to a dedicated partner portal

Cyble Partners can use Cyble's technologies to bolster their offerings and "drive growth, enhance customer satisfaction and achieve success in the evolving cybersecurity landscape," the company said.

Cyble Adds to Leadership Team

The Cyble Partner Network announcement comes after Cyble in March 2023 hired Mahesh Vandi Chalil as its chief product and technology officer. Mahesh is working with Cyble's team to "provide timely intelligence and empower enterprises, governments and individuals in mitigating cyber threat exposure and protecting infrastructure and personal information," he said.

Mahesh has more than two decades of experience in the technology industry. Prior to joining Cyble, Mahesh served as chief technology officer at BookMyShow, an online ticketing platform provider. He also has held roles at Apple, Deloitte and other globally recognized companies.

Cyble Offers Threat Intelligence and Research to Global Organizations

Organizations can use Cyble's products and services to evaluate their attack surface and look for ways to minimize it, the company indicated. Meanwhile, Cyble provides insights into dark web, deep web and surface web threats. It also delivers artificial intelligence-based threat intelligence.

Forbes named Cyble as one of America's Best Startup Employers in 2023. Going forward, Cyble looks poised to continue to expand its threat intelligence and research offerings and explore new partnerships with MSSPs and other technology providers.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.