Menlo Security announces SafeToClick Asia-Pacific Partner Program

Posted on Apr 20 2017 - 4:20pm by Upgrade Staff

Menlo Security launched the new SafeToClick Asia Pacific Partner Program designed to enable and equip partners to deliver isolation security that protects enterprises from the problems of malware, ransomware and email phishing attacks. By working with Menlo Security, partners can add incremental revenue streams, differentiate the solution set they offer enterprise customers and create an ongoing annuity stream with the subscription based Menlo Security Isolation Platform.

For VARs and system integrators with growing network security practices, Menlo Security’s Asia Pacific partner program offers a new way to deploy an additional revenue stream that is simple to integrate with existing security infrastructure.

“Menlo Security enables our APAC partners to enhance their businesses in all the facets that are important to them,” said Stephanie Boo, managing director Asia Pacific for Menlo Security. “The Menlo Security Isolation Platform offers game changing technology which gives that all important edge in the escalating battle against cyber attacks, by eliminating malware while reducing operational costs.”

Select reseller partners can leverage the program benefits for higher profitability and specific focus from the Menlo Security sales teams. The cloud-based Menlo Security Isolation Platform offers total protection from Web-based malware and email based phishing attacks. The solution easily scales to protect companies with a few hundred employees all the way to large enterprises with hundreds of thousands of employees.

Program resources include deal registration, technical certification, tailored sales support, partner education, marketing kits, qualified lead sharing and “Not for Resale” product licenses for customer demos.

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