The programme seeks to discuss end user concerns of data stored in the public cloud being accessible to hackers, specifically in the public sector while giving partners the resources they need.
The company said recent breaches involving information hosted in the public cloud have heightened security concerns among enterprises. RedLock’s own research found that 82 percent of public cloud databases are unencrypted.
The theory is that the adoption of public cloud infrastructure will grow exponentially in the coming years, organisations need a cloud-native approach to protect an environment that’s constantly changing.
RedLock believes helping the channel take advantage of this opportunity is vital to at least abating the threat of public cloud infrastructure hacks, and as a result, it will focus on the channel for its business rather than direct sales.
David McCaw, RedLock director of sales for its west division said: “We’re excited to launch the CloudView channel programme and work with leading partners to enable organisations across the globe to holistically secure their public cloud environments.”
“With companies adopting resources from multiple pubic cloud providers, and as the adoption of cloud infrastructure by the business is outpacing the security organisation’s ability to keep up, it has never been more important to gain a complete view of security and compliance risks,” he added.