Security training and end user awareness vendor Infosec has enhanced its partner program for MSPs, MSSPs, VARs, and OEMs.
Effective immediately, enrollees in the Infosec Channel Partner Program have access to Infosec Skills cybersecurity education resources for IT professionals as well as in-depth Infosec Flex virtual boot camp offerings. Those benefits augment the access to Infosec IQ, an end user security awareness and anti-phishing solution, that members have enjoyed since the partner program debuted last October.
“Organizations face two primary security training issues today; their employees are not trained properly about cybersecurity and their security and IT staff are under trained,” said Mike Nobers, director of global channel sales at Infosec, in a press statement. “Infosec partners can now speak to this bigger issue across their client’s organization with Infosec IQ for employee security awareness training, plus Infosec Skills and Infosec Flex to address retaining and growing their security and IT teams.”
Other resources provided through the Infosec Channel Partner Program include technical sales training; automated tools for building targeted security awareness training programs; delegated administrative privileges that allow technicians to manage security awareness programs for multiple clients from a single interface; automatic training performance reports; dedicated channel sales support and marketing resources; and access to more than 300 training modules covering topics such as phishing, suspicious hosts, ransomware, and password security.
According to Infosec, the program offers generous margins as well.
Infosec has been partnering with channel membership organization The ASCII Group since last December on a toolkit designed to help MSPs and MSSPs more easily manage their client’s security awareness training needs.