Censys in Ann Arbor Debuts 360 Visibility to Computer Cybersecurity Platforms

Censys, an Ann Arbor-based cybersecurity company that specializes in attack surface management (ASM), has introduced its worldwide channel partner program with more than 10 companies participating.
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Ann Arbor’s Censys has introduced its worldwide channel partner program. // Stock Photo
Ann Arbor’s Censys has introduced its worldwide channel partner program. // Stock Photo

Censys, an Ann Arbor-based cybersecurity company that specializes in attack surface management (ASM), has introduced its worldwide channel partner program with more than 10 companies participating.

ASM is the continuous discovery, inventory, classification, and monitoring of an organization’s information technology infrastructure from an attacker’s perspective.

The program offers a comprehensive list of benefits, according to Censys, including access to training materials, not-for-resale licenses, main distribution frame, lead sharing, free attack surface management assessments, and margin structure.

“We’re excited to officially launch our channel partner program and expand Censys’ vast understanding of the threat landscape to reach more customers,” says Matt Hurley, chief revenue officer at Censys. “With these new partner capabilities and benefits, we can now offer integrated, industry-leading solutions bringing total visibility to clients. We plan to expand the channel program to include over 30 partners by the end of the year.”

The program offers a complete go-to-market strategy that enables partners to seamlessly bring an integrated, industry-leading solution to customers worldwide. Partners will be able to benefit from Censys’ training and events, “smooth integrations and a comprehensive portal where partners can access additional content and resources.” The platform and capabilities are designed to allow all partners to gain total internet visibility and grow a profitable security business.

“This global partner effort will allow more customers to gain 360 visibility into their security landscape while also gaining access to the most internet data available,” says Brad Brooks, CEO of Censys. “The partner program marks another strategic step forward for us since our expansion into Europe earlier this year.”

Since the beginning of 2022, Censys has hired four top-level executives, opened an office in Ireland, and received Series B funding.

To learn more about Censys’ partner program, visit here.

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