SonicWall talks partner growth and importance of accreditation and training
With more than 2 million security pros being needed by next year, companies must attract women into the field, InfoSec Institute warns
Ransomware sees a resurgence, while incidences of cryptojacking and encrypted malware grow
Vendor wants to overcome 'check-the-box' training
Lack of clarity a gift for solution providers seeking to be a cut above
Firms may be doubling down on their backup, but are their expectations of MSPs realistic?
VAR details 'heavy lift' of deploying both solutions before the integration
CEO tells Channelnomics how industry can make security cheaper
Endpoint protection vendor joins the billionaires' club, but how does it compare with rivals big and small?
Eugene Kaspersky 'forced to freeze' cooperation with EU bodies in light of accusatory report
CEO tells Channelnomics it will differentiate with competitive commissions, incentives
Red Hat, Cylance, Diamanti among inaugural members
Channel players leading the charge in security must be recognized. Entries are now open for the Channelnomics Security Awards 2018!
The latest channel exec to sit in the Channelnomics hot seat is Malwarebytes' regional VP, North American channel sales
Security vendor bringing North America 'in line with the rest of the world'
Vendor claims 9,800 new partner program registrants
ESET vows to help partners overcome challenges of competitive endpoint security space
Solution provider talks to Channelnomics about current cyber threat landscape
Security vendor switching 'core processes' to Switzerland in bid to allay security fears
Vendor tells Channelnomics partners were looking for more transparency around current sales opportunities
Female millennials present 'industry's best chance' to overcome security skills gap
Security assessments are devalued when given away for free, Channelnomics MSP Conference hears
Complaints of phising, email and basic scam phone calls span 183 countries
Vendor tells channel partners to train networking and generalist workers instead