HP to Launch Security Services Program, CSC Invests $15M; Eli Kalil Comments

HP - ExecutiveBizHewlett-Packard has secured a $15 million investment from Computer Sciences Corp. for a new managed security services program HP security business executives are preparing to launch.

HP enterprise security executives Rick Hanson and Eli Kalil will unveil the channel restructuring and managed services provider program for HP’s ArcSight security, information and event management product line and its Fortify security software within the next six months, CRN reported Friday.

Kalil told CRN the program aims to forge partnerships with MSPs to help them to deploy HP’s subscription-based security products to small and medium enterprises.

Robert Westervelt writes Kalil, vice president of HP enterprise security global sales channels, and Hanson, vice president of global sales and field operations at HP enterprise security, recently served as executives at RSA before joining HP in 2012 to restructure its partner program.

In November 2012, the two implemented a new pro-channel structure for security software, where 420 HP security software direct sales representatives will be compensated for all sales through HP’s solution providers.

You may also be interested in...


Boeing to Exhibit Space Tech Platforms at 2020 IAC Virtual Event

Boeing will present its crew transportation vehicle, heavy-lift rocket and space plane during the virtual edition of a three-day International Astronautical Congress event slated to kick off Monday.


Carahsoft to Offer Attestiv Media Validation Tool to Gov’t Market

Carahsoft Technology has agreed to market Attestiv's media authentication and detection products to public sector customers through its contract vehicles and reseller partners.

John-Paul Hemingway CEO SES Networks

SES Networks’ John-Paul Hemingway Eyes New Revenue Stream in Microsoft Partnership

John-Paul Hemingway, CEO of SES Networks, said a partnership agreement with Microsoft to integrate connectivity and cloud service offerings would give new sources of revenue and opportunities in customer base at the satellite communications firm.