Picus Security launches new MSSP Partner Program

Picus Security launches new MSSP Partner Program

Picus Security, the pioneer of Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS), announced the Picus Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) Partner Program. Picus has a long-standing 100% channel approach and works closely with MSSPs to deliver security validation services that quantify risk and reduce threat exposure. Now, it’s easier than ever for MSSPs and their customers to get started with security validation to measure the effectiveness of security controls with real-world attack simulations and then scale up testing programs to perform validation checks consistently.

The new Picus MSSP Program provides the flexibility MSSPs need to introduce automated validation services and generate new recurring revenues quickly. Designed for customers of varying levels of cyber maturity, the program features interval-based and continuous licensing options. With interval-based licensing, MSSPs can purchase credits that allow an entry cadence for validation assessments. Then, once customers are ready to advance their security program maturity and increase the frequency of assessments, they can easily switch to a continuous licensing model. The program means MSSPs can help customers to ‘crawl,’ ‘walk,’ and then ‘run’ with validation.

“With this new MSSP program, it’s never been simpler for managed service providers to get the consistent and accurate validation insights needed to improve security outcomes for clients,” said Ryan Kunker, Picus Security, Senior Director of Channels and Alliances. “By shining a light on security effectiveness in areas such as security control validation, automated security validation presents an enormous opportunity for MSSPs to improve security outcomes for clients and identify new upsell opportunities.”

Security validation powered by BAS is a core pillar of Continuous Threat Exposure Management (CTEM). It helps security teams to understand if security controls provide the coverage needed to defend organizations against the latest threats, including ransomware and Advanced Persistent Threats. Gartner estimates that security services providers that adopt cybersecurity validation assessments will see an improvement of over 5% in their acquisition, retention and upsell rates.

In addition to real-world threat simulation, the Picus platform offers asset and vulnerability discovery, attack path mapping, detection engineering as code, and AI-based threat profiling – capabilities that help MSSPs manage customers’ threat exposure even more efficiently. The platform offers a multi-tenant portal to enable MSSPs to validate the security of multiple clients simultaneously.

Service providers can learn more about the Picus MSSP Program by visiting:  https://www.picussecurity.com/partners

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