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Cyphere are currently open to partner with MSPs, IT Support businesses looking to extend a wider service package for their customers.
Partners you can count on.
Partnering with Cyphere to solve security challenges
Technical security is what we do. Nothing else.
Being specialists in this area, Cyphere helps service providers to extend their offerings by making tangible, estate wide long-term improvements to their customer’s infrastructure. These service providers could be technology service providers, IT services providers, or digital agencies, we add to your offerings and support your teams.
By teaming up with Cyphere, receive access to high end penetration testing and managed security services.
Strong Skill-set and Sector Experience
Technically adept resources to deliver world class engagements with lasting impact. Our values ensure that service quality underpins everything we do.
Two Way Relationship
We support our partners with opportunities as well as their sales teams. This includes active participation during debriefs and sharing of opportunities - both ways.
We are more than 'report and run' consultancy. These days, customers require a reliable and specialists cyber security partners. We do not follow tick in the box approach that does not provide long term assurance. Cyber security is a business problem.
After Care and Support
We deliver free of charge debriefs helping customers understand risks, and prepare remediation plans. Where needed, we help to present cyber security business cases to demonstrate how cyber security is a business enabler.
Partner with us to keep your customers safe.
Recent Blog Entries
Read about the definition of cyber security architecture, it’s meaning, elements, purpose and benefits of usage. Discover how good architectural processes are pillars of strength for data protection.
Read best practices around vulnerability scanning frequency and which factors help you decide how often a scan should be fun.
Discover the most common types of cyber attacks affecting businesses worldwide. It also includes a look at cyber threats and attack vectors.
Discover the basics around SMB protocol, port 445 and 139 and differences. Read about whether SMB is secure and how to protect against dangerous attacks.