“Cybersecurity threats and attacks are surging,” noted Pudwell. “Even small businesses are now processing sensitive data. With personally identifiable information increasingly vulnerable to cyber threats, organisations without in-house security skills are turning to Managed Security Service Providers to protect them from cybersecurity attacks.”
Tech companies joining Assuria’s partner network are given extensive support to plan, build and run their own Security Operations Centre using Assuria’s full technology stack and MSSP business planning expertise. Assuria also helps partners close business, solve customer issues and provide whatever assistance is required to make the service a success.
“Our partner programme best suits tech SMEs already providing cybersecurity services or solutions to their customers, or which at least have a reasonable knowledge and appreciation of cybersecurity risks,” Pudwell explained. “We would also welcome other technology and communications managed services suppliers keen to expand into the cybersecurity managed services market”.
“We are delighted to be helping Terry Pudwell and the Assuria team find new partners,” said Anthony Miller, TechMarketView Managing Partner. “This is an outstanding opportunity for tech SMEs in the UK and Ireland to introduce a new, fast-growing, business critical service to their existing operations.”
TechMarketView will be running online pitch sessions during April 2021 at which successful applicants will be invited to discuss partnership opportunities with Assuria executives.
Applications must be submitted by Friday 12th March via the webform on the TechMarketView website.
Further information about this event can be found on the TechMarketView website here.
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