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New global partner programme from security and compliance provider

23 May 2018

Cavirin Systems, a provider of cybersecurity risk and compliance solutions for the enterprise hybrid cloud, has launched a global partner programme - Cavirin Connect.

The inaugural members of the Cavirin Connect programme include Australian locals, Lite Distribution.

“In the first month of Lite Distribution introducing Cavirin to our partners, we have received multiple requests for product information and demonstration,” says Life Distribution director Chris Johnston.

“Such is the interest that we have major system integrator partners already scheduled in for online meetings and technical overviews with Cavirin’s US team.”

“When migrating to the cloud, security and visibility are two key concerns for C-level executives,” says Cavirin worldwide sales vice president Tom Hance.

“Many times, these individuals don’t have access to best-in-class solutions. With the introduction of our Cavirin Connect Partner Program, we are equipping our partners with the necessary technical and business acumen to enable them to deliver cutting-edge cloud security to their customers.”

The company’s CyberPosture offering is a consolidated risk score for the hybrid infrastructure, based on configuration checks, vulnerabilities and risk, security and compliance audit frameworks requirements, permitting the CISOs team to immediately compare the organisation’s current security posture against the desired ‘golden posture’ and immediately take corrective action.

The Cavirin Connect programme helps partners improve their cloud security offerings and includes a variety of benefits for both new and current partners.

Partners will have access to a management platform, based on Allbound, that enables a 100% deal registration model, ensuring the best discount level and assurance that your account is protected.

Differentiated security services for resellers, system integrators, and managed service providers allow partners to provide security and compliance solutions for organisations of any size.

They will also be able to leverage Cavirin’s RESTful API in order to integrate the Cavirin solution within their existing managed service offerings.

Cavirin's focus is integrating security into DevOps in order to ensure real-time risk and cybersecurity posture management, as well as continuous compliance.

They are a cloud-first company with solutions for AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud.

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