Trustifi, a Las Vegas-based SaaS-based email security company, has launched its first official partner program offering resources, training, and MDF to support MSPs and solution providers in the company’s channel. As part of this new initiative, Trustifi has also appointed cyber security sales veteran Jamie Lembeck as its new Global Channel Development Manager. Following executive positions with Kaseya and ID Agent, Lembeck will work with Trustifi’s Vice President of Channels Zack Schwartz to grow the company’s partner community.
Program elements include sales training and online resources, including virtual training labs to acclimate partners to the company’s approach to cyber security. Trustifi also offers MDF funding to support partner sales efforts, including cooperative marketing planning provided by a dedicated team of partner marketing managers. This includes assistance with MDF proposal submission, marketing collateral, and ROI reporting.
Trustifi’s relay-based solutions utilize a proprietary cloud storage system that enables an extensive range of control over sent mail. The solutions encrypt (AES256) emails in the cloud, before those messages pass through the recipient’s gateway. Users can retract, change, or block sent content; swap-out attachments; set expiration rules; or alter the recipient list within messages they’ve sent.
“Trustifi can empower organizations to create far more secure email data environments through a one-click process that is easy enough to use on a daily basis,” said CEO Rom Hendler. “Our channel program provides the resources and the educational opportunities to ensure that partners can succeed in this effort, speeding adoption of encryption as threat escalation continues in the marketplace.”
Trustifi’s solutions are sold through the channel with an emphasis on solution providers serving the SMB and small enterprise markets.
The company reports that it is developing assets that will help partners develop sales opportunities and help customers rethink their corporate security strategies.