Thales eSecurity News Release

Thales Recognized on CRN’s 2018 Security 100 List

Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity and data security, announces that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Thales eSecurity to CRN’s annual Security 100 list. This project recognizes security vendors who have demonstrated creativity and innovation in product development as, well, as a strong commitment to delivering those offerings through a vibrant channel of solution providers.

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In addition to recognizing security technology vendors for outstanding products and services, the Security 100 list serves as a valuable guide for solution providers trying to navigate the IT security market. The list aids prospective channel partners in identifying the vendors that can best help them improve or expand their security offerings.

Bob Skelley, CEO of The Channel Company says:

“The core elements of today’s businesses, both large and small, depend upon robust and reliable cybersecurity solutions. Unprecedented streams of data, the sweeping transition to cloud computing, vast networks of wireless systems, the rapidly growing Internet of Things—all these advances necessitate increasingly complex and adaptive security measures. CRN’s 2018 Security 100 list recognizes top vendors that are meeting this extraordinary demand with the most innovative security technologies on the market, enabling businesses to grow uninterrupted.”

Mike Coffield, VP of Americas Channel Strategy at Thales eSecurity says:

“The fact that the Thales channel program consists of more than 500 partners is a testament to the appeal and success of the company’s encryption and key management technologies. They offer a smart, centralized approach for customers, who increasingly recognize the need for a data-centric security strategy. This is especially apparent as we look to the 2018 Thales Data Threat Report, which shows data breaches at an all-time high.”