In the cybersecurity world, building these relationships has become continually more challenging. New and changing players and technologies create noise that makes it difficult to discern the best partners.
Traditional channels for vetting partners leave cybersecurity solution providers—MSSPs, MSPs, systems integrators, VARs, consultants and other service provider executives—without a clear strategy.
To make matters worse, industry events have become largely transactional and executives are left to make decisions based on the recommendations of a sales team, not peers who can help formulate an appropriate security and partner strategy.
CTX IS THE ANSWER.
CyberTechnologyXchange Participants Spend Three Days In One-On-One Meetings Accomplishing Strategic Goals:
- Exploring strategic alliances that can result in ongoing competitive advantages for cybersecurity services providers.
- Discovering cutting-edge technologies with product vendors who understand the unique needs of the service model to create partnerships that benefit all stakeholders.
- Establishing peer-to-peer, senior-level relationships that generate industry-changing partnerships.
At the heart of a good strategic partnership is a relationship that is based on understanding, trust, and mutual benefit.
"Global cybersecurity spending is predicted to exceed $1 trillion cumulatively over the next five years. Cybersecurity solution providers — MSSPs, MSPs, VARs, etc. — are a critical piece of this puzzle, and yet, until now, there has been no venue in the industry that served this channel. I’m thrilled to work with CyberTechnologyXchange to help the top cybersecurity solution providers achieve their business and security goals."
Steve Morgan, founder and editor-in-chief, Cybersecurity Ventures,
our official research partner