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Cyware Launches Global Partner Program for MSSPs, MDR Providers

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MSSPs and managed detection and response (MDR) providers can join the new Cyware CywareOne partner program to bolster their portfolios, according to the company.

CywareOne is designed to recognize and reward MSSPs and MDR providers that "have built an established and mature practice around security consulting, selling security solutions, managed security services or a combination of these three offerings," the company said.

Amit Patel, Cyware's senior vice president of sales, commented on why his company launched CywareOne and what the program means for channel partners:

"We designed CywareOne with a clear goal in mind: to facilitate our partners' success. We are committed to working collaboratively with our partners to deliver unrivaled cybersecurity solutions, providing them with the tools they need to excel and differentiate themselves in the market."

What CywareOne Offers MSSPs and MDR Providers

As a CywareOne partner, MSSPs and MDR providers can integrate the following Cyware technologies into their offerings:

  • Cyber fusion
  • Security advisory sharing
  • Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR)
  • Threat intelligence automation

In addition, CywareOne provides partners with access to:

  • Co-marketing opportunities
  • Dedicated support
  • Discounts
  • Training programs
  • Dedicated support

Matt Courchesne, Cyware's head of channel for North America, shared his thoughts on CywareOne and its impact on channel partners:

"CywareOne represents a significant step forward in our commitment to developing strong partnerships with businesses that share our vision for a safer digital world. Our new program will deliver the resources and support our partners need to succeed in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape."

Cyware Announces Wiz Integration, Looks to Expand Its European Presence

The CywareOne news comes after Cyware in June 2023 unveiled a Wiz Integration (WIN) platform integration. Organizations can use this integration to utilize Cyware and Wiz technologies to "share prioritized security findings with context including inventory, vulnerabilities, issues and configuration findings," the companies stated.

Previously, Cyware in May 2023 hired Brett Candon as its vice president for Europe and Dan Bridges as its technical director for Europe.

Candon is responsible for driving Cyware's growth and expansion across Europe, the company noted. He has held various roles at cybersecurity companies Mimecast, Exabeam and Imperva.

Bridges is expected to help Cyware further develop its products for the European market, the company stated. He has held cybersecurity roles at Exabeam and HP.

Cyware offers a Cyber Fusion solution that blends SOAR and threat intelligence platform (TIP) technologies. Organizations can use this solution to operationalize human and machine-processed intelligence to detect, analyze and respond to threats.

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.