Cynerio, a New York-based provider of Healthcare IoT cybersecurity and asset management solutions, has officially rolled out a global channel partner program. Led by infosec industry veteran Joel Silberman, Cynerio’s partner program is designed to provide MSPs, VARs and MSSPs servicing hospitals and healthcare systems with a streamlined path to revenue, leveraging marketing, sales support and training, among other benefits.
“Research shows that approximately 68% of medical devices will be connected or able to connect to a health system network by 2025,” said Leon Lerman, CEO and co-founder of Cynerio. “While connected medical devices are critical to patient care, they are also the most vulnerable to cyberattacks.”
In addition to its network of channel partners and distributors, Cynerio has also established technology partnerships with Aruba, Check Point, Cisco, CyberArk, Fortinet, Splunk and other technology vendors.
As part of the program, Cynerio provides its partners with an automated way to provide their customers with a comprehensive report highlighting the vulnerabilities and risks that are present within their networks, along with a clear and actionable plan to remediate the identified risks. Ransomware, unsupported operating systems, anomalous outbound and inbound web connections are among the risks being monitored.
The training tracks feature all aspects of installation and integration with IT security solutions, ticketing systems, and CMSS solutions. Enablement components include webinars, joint campaigns, presentations, and events that are purpose-built for lead generation.
As part of its global outreach, Cynerio is partnered with Tech Data across the US and Europe.
Cybersecurity and asset management have become increasingly important as healthcare organizations have become increasingly targeted by the criminal element.