- In this panel, CPI and our leading channel speakers will discuss what impact this M&A boom is having on the channel.
- What were the biggest M&A deals of last year across North America? And are they examples to emulate or to learn from?
- What sort of trends emerged around the technology and solutions being acquired and how will they develop in 2022?
- What are the most attractive profiles of company for those looking to splash out on in further M&A moves this year?
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This Q&A session we will cover the market growth and how Checkmarx plans to support it partners and it partner program.
Key areas of discussion will include:
- The security challenges faced by businesses in the current market
- How application security can solve these challenges
- What partners can do to help
- How partners can make the most of the opportunities available
- Checkmarx Partner Program
- In this panel, CPI’s Kelsey Rees and two US channel leaders will break down the core elements of exactly what the “new normal” of hybrid work means for channel firms.
- How have end customer expectations changed around home and office working and what can vendors and their partners do to create opportunities around them?
- How can vendors and partners predict and then capitalise on how the hybrid working model will develop?
- What is and isn’t working in their hybrid model strategy?
- In this panel, CPI and two US security channel experts will discuss how partners can best monopolise on this growing recognition that cybersecurity is no longer just “an IT issue”.
- What kinds of security solutions are selling best? -Is the hype behind approaches such as Zero trust gaining much traction from a sales perspective?
- With the high-profile supply chain attacks we’ve seen, what can partners do to protect themselves. And are customers demanding more accountability from solution providers?
- How can partners think more strategically about presenting and selling cybersecurity in terms of business risks and not just disparate technologies packages together?