Cynerio, a leading Healthcare IoT asset management, and cybersecurity solutions launched the new global channel program on July 27. It is led by Joel Silberman of the Infosec industry. The partner program is supposed to give VARs, MSSPs, and MSPs servicing hospitals as well as healthcare systems an increased revenue due to robust sales support and marketing. Cynerio’s program of channel-partner comes following closely after the 30 million dollar Series B of the company. By its channel program commitment, partners can now provide their customers of healthcare and hospital systems with a comprehensive platform of security. The platform is designed to remediate and detect threats against company IoT assets, OT systems, and connected healthcare devices.
Leon Lerman, the co-founder, and CEO of Cynerio said that research has shown that almost 68 percent of healthcare devices are going to be connected to the network of the health system by 2025. The connected medical or healthcare devices are important for patient care, but these devices are also prone to cyber-attacks. He also added that with strategic collaboration with technology vendors, solution providers, and alliances, their channel program would allow them to provide better support to the healthcare providers. These healthcare providers seek advanced technology to protect organizations from rising sophisticated threats.
The IoT security solutions provider Cynerio maintained the existing relations of channel-partner with leaders of Carahsoft, TechData, and several regional VARs across the globe. The company also has several technology partners like Check Point, Aruba, CyberArk, Cisco, Splunk, Fortinet, and other pioneers of technology which help in complementary and rapid sales opportunities. The Channel program of Cynerio also gives partners numerous opportunities to improve their business growth while expanding more trusted relationships with the consumers by securing their healthcare or medical networks.
Certain benefits of the program include the risk assessment factor as the company’s partners will find a faster way to deliver customers a report. The report will highlight the risks and vulnerabilities present in their networks. It will also work with partners to deliver integrated solutions that the customers require for maintaining the operational continuity and integrity of their networks. Cynerio is positioned to become the choice to those partners who want to add medical devices and IoT-managed services to the offerings. Partners can access materials’ wealth to generate lead and awareness. Channel partners will get the advantage of revenue opportunities that come from the services related to reselling.
Sales Manager of Tech Data Steve Unger said that security, analytics, and IoT are essential elements that need to be addressed. By collaborating with Cynerio, their partners and customers will have solutions that give automation and insight to ensure that compliance, operational uptime, and patient safety are not compromised due to cyber-attacks.
The cyber-attacks against the medical sector rose more during the coronavirus pandemic, with almost 28 percent of ransomware attacks that have been reported. So, it has become essential to secure the health and hospitals systems for decreasing risk. In present times, hospitals immensely need IoT security platforms for operational fitness and risk reduction of organizations.
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