Channel Sales Partnerships
Are you a distributor or reseller looking to boost your business by offering your customers a world-leading portfolio of cybersecurity solutions that they can rely on? You’ve come to the right place — the Kaspersky United Partner Program gives you all the tools, incentives and support you need to grow your business faster than your competitors. Kaspersky’s multifaceted portfolio goes beyond just endpoint security, and now includes Managed Detection and Response, EDR, IaaS, threat intelligence services, industrial cybersecurity and a whole lot more.
Managed Service Provider Partnerships
Handling security breaches is a key concern for most companies. Expand your managed service offerings and grow your business with Kaspersky’s dedicated MSP Program. Light touch deployment and powerful tools, managed from a single console, make it easy to deliver the world’s most tested, most awarded security to customers.
A vast array of software vendors, hardware vendors and service providers have chosen our innovative security technologies to help protect their customers from online attacks, mobile threats, ransomware and more.
Authorized Training Centers
If trainings delivery is your core competence or one of the line of business, you can build a valuable revenue stream by becoming an Authorized Training Center (ATC) and delivering technical training to Kaspersky's end-customers and partners. Your trainers experience plus our high quality courseware content will result in the top level of training delivery.
Service Provider Partnerships
We partner with service providers - B2C Channel Partners, Mobile Network Operators, ISPs, Banks, Insurers, Utilities & more - to deliver advanced cybersecurity via subscription, maximizing operator ARPU and LTV over hundreds of projects. We provide a range of seamless security and privacy services for consumer devices and smart homes.
Our Allowlist Program lets software vendors and developers add their software to the Kaspersky Allowlist knowledge base – to establish their software as ‘trusted’ and to help ensure it’s not wrongly classified as malicious.