The Security 100 list recognizes the coolest security vendors in each of five categories: Endpoint Security; Identity Management and Data Protection; Network Security; SIEM, Risk and Threat Intelligence; and Web, Email and Application Security and CRN identify those on the list as companies who have demonstrated innovation and creativity in product development as well as a strong commitment to delivering those offerings through a vibrant channel of solution providers.
The announcement comes as Fidelis reinforces its dedication to the channel with the appointment of VP of Channel & Strategic Alliances, Eddie DeWolfe. DeWolfe has held senior channel management, alliances and development roles at numerous cybersecurity companies over the last 10 years.
“I’m thrilled that our channel program has earned us the CRN Award. I am proud to lead a group of seasoned passionate channel professionals and the 2019 Fidelis channel program will bring our program to the next level. Included in the program will be new margins that offer protection to all partners, Co-op AND MDF funds, aggressive co-marketing campaigns, SPIF programs, and a strong focus to working closely with our strategic partners. Our product offering gives our partners the ability to provide several different security products including Endpoint, Network, and Deception as well as all of these capabilities as a full security platform. 2019 is already breaking sales records and we look forward to continuing our growth with the cooperation of our valued partners.”
In addition to recognizing security technology vendors for outstanding products and services, the Security 100 list serves as a respected guide for solution providers trying to navigate the IT security market. The list helps prospective channel partners to identify the vendors that can best help them improve or expand their security offerings.
“CRN’s 2019 Security 100 list identifies top technology companies that are meeting high-levels of demand with the most innovative security solutions on the market, enabling businesses to grow uninterrupted” said Bob Skelley, CEO of The Channel Company. “The core elements of today’s businesses all depend upon secure, reliable cybersecurity solutions.”