UK-headquartered integrated cloud security vendor Censornet says it has recently signed strategic partnerships with ten new partners to strengthen its European footprint.
Censornet specialises in defending mid-sized organisations against cyber threats. Its autonomous cyber security platform, which integrates email, web and cloud application security, recently added an identity as-a-service offering.
The new partnerships with European-based resellers include Saepio Information Security and Trans European Technology. Last month, Censornet signed a distribution deal with e92plus to deliver its cloud security to MSPs.
Censornet says it has seen a 129% increase in channel revenue over the last year, and a 30% increase in the number of Gold and Silver partners in its ecosystem.
The expansion of its channel programme is a core part of Censornet’s overall growth strategy, which was boosted by KPN Ventures’ investment in its Series C funding round earlier this year.
“This rapid expansion of our partner programme demonstrates the need for partner-friendly, affordable, integrated security,” said Charles Milton, VP of strategic alliances at the vendor.
Joseph Hedegaard Ganly, solutions architect at Saepio Information Security, said: “Many mid-sized organisations are facing increased cyber risk, resource challenges and budget scrutiny. It means small teams are having to find creative solutions to best improve their cyber resilience.
“That’s why we’ve partnered with Censornet, to help SMEs implement an intelligent, consolidated and attractively priced platform that delivers quick time to value.”