10 November 2022
Censornet, the UK-based leader in integrated cloud security, announces that it has signed strategic partnerships with 10 new partners to meet demand for its integrated cyber security offering. The partnerships with European based resellers including Saepio Information Security and Trans European Technology strengthen Censornet’s channel reach across Europe.
Censornet has seen a 129% increase in channel revenue over the last year and a 30% increase in the number of Gold and Silver-level partners in its ecosystem. In response to demand, Censornet recruited 10 new resell partners in H1 2022. The expansion of its channel programme is a core part of Censornet’s overall growth strategy which was boosted by KPN Venture’s recent investment in its Series C funding round.
“Partnerships are at the core of our business, and we proudly welcome these new partners into our ecosystem. This rapid expansion of our partner programme demonstrates the need for partner-friendly, affordable, integrated security,” Charles Milton, VP of Strategic Alliances. “Demand for our autonomous platform has intensified and we’re thrilled we can work with our partner network to help their customers to navigate the increasingly powerful threat landscape, taking the stress away from their overstretched staff.”
Censornet specialises in defending mid-sized organisations against cyber-threats. Its autonomous cybersecurity platform, which integrates email, web, and cloud application security, recently added an Identity-as-a-Service offering. As such, Censornet offers an alternative to individual point-products from the likes of Proofpoint and Barracuda, consolidating and unifying multiple best-in-class security solutions in a single, easy-to-run platform.
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, attractively priced platform that delivers quick time to value – we’ve seen first-hand the difference it makes. We look forward to a fruitful partnership in the years ahead, and to helping businesses protect themselves effectively and affordably.”
Matthew Eggleton, Vendor Alliance Manager at Trans European Technology (TET Limited), said: “The market is seeing a significant increase in demand for consolidated solutions. Censornet’s offering leads the pack in terms of results and user experience. The ability to rapidly deploy a wide range of integrated security products through a single managed service contract is a significant benefit for many mid-sized organisations, particularly as they struggle with the skills shortage. This partnership is good news for those businesses looking to support their teams with an autonomous cyber response.”
Headquartered in an innovation hub in Basingstoke, UK, Censornet gives mid-market organisations the confidence and control of enterprise-grade cyber protection. Its Autonomous Integrated Cloud Security platform integrates attack intel across email, web, and cloud to ensure cyber defences react at lightning speed.
For its millions of users globally, its automated solution is smarter, faster, and safer than is humanly possible. It’s supported by an award-winning team of customer support specialists. Censornet’s clients include Macmillan Cancer Support, Fever-Tree, Radius Payments, Newlife Disabled Children’s Charity, National Portrait Gallery, Hallmark Hotels and Thatchers Cider. It was named Technology Provider of the Year at the British Business Awards 2022. For more information, please visit https://www.censornet.com
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