Fidelis Updates Partner Program, Names Eddie DeWolfe VP for Global Channels & Alliances

Jeff Brody
Eddie DeWolfe

Fidelis Cybersecurity has added training programs, sales team support and funding opportunities for its global partners.

The company said Monday it updated the firm's partner program to offer resellers and distributors the opportunity to help customers adopt cybersecurity technology platforms.

The program allows eligible partners to access market development or cooperative funds. Fidelis bases eligibility for co-op  financing on partner tier and total value of existing deals.

In the same announcement, Fidelis said it appointed Eddie DeWolfe as vice president of global channels and alliances.

DeWolfe holds 10 years of leadership experience in the cybersecurity industry, having previously worked with Invincea where he managed a network of partners including McAfee and Booz Allen Hamilton.

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