Cyber Risk Management Firm Axio Unveils First Partner Program

The program builds on the long-term success of Axio’s platform.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

June 30, 2020

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Partner Program

Axio, a cyber risk management SaaS company, on Tuesday launched its Axio360 Partnership Program. The program is for a variety of partners including MSPs, MSSPs, consultants and insurance brokers.

The program builds on the long-term success of Axio’s platform. It enables a shared understanding of an enterprise’s cyber risk exposure. It also optimizes financial and technical controls to protect the business.


Axio’s Brendan Fitzpatrick

Brendan Fitzpatrick is Axio’s senior vice president of channels and partnerships. He said while Axio works directly with end users, it recognizes the “value that partners bring to their clients and the overall cybersecurity ecosystem.”

“By providing more visibility to our product through a trust network, we believe that this partner program will expand access to better cybersecurity management among a broader customer base,” he said. “The partnership program brings together the velocity of our platform with the intellectual capital and longstanding relationships our partners already have with their clients.”

Partner Benefits

The Axio360 partner program offers: rapid and transparent quantification; platform customization; peer benchmarking; client risk quantification; a holistic view of exposure; and a “Powered by Axio” strategy that helps differentiate strategy and services.

“We work closely with each of our partners to make sure the program and platform meet their needs,” Fitzpatrick said. “The program will enable our partners to transform their cybersecurity strategy and services through scalable access to our platform.”

Recognizing the importance of partners to Axio’s growth strategy, the company also announces its first strategic partnership with Net Friends. Its security consultants will have access to Axio360’s aggregated dashboard. The dashboard features a summary roll-up of client assessments for comparison, benchmarking and pattern analysis to determine whether new services are needed.

Clients in risk-focused industries like sciences and health care can compare risk strategies and test crisis scenarios on the platform. Clients can then collaborate with Net Friends security experts to design and implement new policies.

“The Axio360 Partnership Program will elevate our IT security service and overall IT strategy offerings for our local and national clients,” said John Snyder, Net Friends’ president and CEO. “We believe in the Axio methodology, find it easy to leverage, and are eager to add the Axio360 quantification capabilities to our seamless blend of IT solutions and services.”

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About the Author(s)

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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