The Cyber Skills Gap continues to negatively impact organizations who cannot keep up with the complex, evolving threat landscape. Companies are struggling to recruit and retain in-house security positions. In fact, there is a massive shortage of about three million cybersecurity professionals globally.
As a result of the shortage, companies are forced to invest heavily in external security resources to help manage and secure their networks. This is the perfect opportunity for partners looking to add a new revenue stream to their business.
However, building a security practice can be time-consuming and expensive. To simplify the process for our channel partners, we have launched a digital version of our award-winning Security Practice Builder program to offer a step-by-step approach to rapidly and affordably build a successful security practice online. Our on-demand Digital Security Practice Builder program teaches partners how to build or expand a security business that provides customers the best value and stands out from the all the others.
Through our Digital Security Practice Builder program, we offer a roadmap to guide our partners on the journey to successfully launch or build upon their security practice. Along the way, there are multiple destinations offering the expertise that is necessary to accelerate your security practice forward. Below is a infographic we’ve put together (click image to download) to give you a preview of our Digital Security Practice Builder methodology.
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To learn more about our Digital Security Practice Builder program, visit https://practicebuilder.techdata.com/security. If you have questions about the Digital Security Practice Builder Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Author
Julie Wagoner has 10+ experience in marketing/communications, specifically in social media, content strategy and web. For the past year, she worked in social media for the MGM Grand Resort in Las Vegas but previously she worked for Tech Data/Avnet for over 7 ½ years in various positions including leading the companies social media strategy and managing the Authority Blog.