Constella Intelligence Launches First Partner Program for MSSPs, MSPs, MDRs

The company also launched its new domain monitoring solution.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

June 24, 2021

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Constella Intelligence, a global digital risk protection provider, has rolled out its new Constella Connect Partner Program (CCPP) for MSSPs, MSPs and MDRs.

The program enables Constella Intelligence channel partners to protect customers’ digital assets. They do so by monitoring company domains for exposures arising from other companies’ prior breaches.

The company has also launched its new domain monitoring solution, Constella Domain Monitoring. It enables partners to monitor the dark web for leaked information relating to a domain and corporate employee identities.


Constella Intelligence’s Brian Laing

Brian Laing is vice president of business development at Constella Intelligence.

“Constella Intelligence also has a long history of working with OEM partners,” he said. “We have also worked with a number of traditional channel partners in the past. CCPP is the first formalized partner program. Constella Domain Monitoring is also the first solution purpose-built for the channel.”

Transformative Year for Constella Intelligence

Laing said 2020 was a transformative year for the company.

“Amidst a global pandemic, we brought on board a new CEO, and several other C-level executives, closed our Series C, acquired a company and rebranded ourselves from 4iQ to Constella Intelligence,” he said. “The focus of these activities was around accelerating the success the company has had over the last couple of years. Constella Intelligence is now well positioned to accelerate our success on the direct side and alliance partners through a formalized partner program.”

CCPP provides access to new digital risk protection offerings. In addition, partners can accelerate business growth and stand out in the MSP/MSSP market.

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Constella Intelligence included partner input when building CCPP, Laign said.

“I’ve worked with strategic alliance partners in cybersecurity throughout my career,” he said. “I took my experience in working with these partners and different partner products to formulate the initial framework. We then evaluated how customers purchase solutions such as this, and how our partners deliver those solutions. Our beta partners also provided valuable feedback in refining the final solution offering that we launched today.”

Constella Intelligence collects breach and social data from the surface, deep and dark web, Laign said. The collection includes over 100 billion attributes and 45 billion curated identity records.

“This data can facilitate a number of different use cases, and our competitors depend on the use case,” he said.” For example, we have competitors in the brand reputation space. These competitors typically focus only the top two to three capabilities of brand reputation, as well as having a limited data set. With Constella’s combination of breach and social data, we can offer additional capabilities such as crisis management, risk protection and more actionable intelligence. This gives our partners a competitive advantage in the services that they can offer and delivers more value to their customers. It also provides our partners with a differentiated product offering and an incremental revenue steam.”

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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