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Tufin Adds Over 50 to Its Channel Program

Tufin SecureTrack firewall operations management solution experiences worldwide growth through fast-growing channel presence

RAMAT GAN, Israel -- Tufin Technologies, the leading provider of Firewall Operations Management solutions, today announced its channel partner program has grown to over fifty leading, security-focused channel partners in its first six months. The rapid adoption of Tufin’s SecureTrack solution by the channel reflects both increased demand from global organizations in need of a comprehensive firewall operations management solution and the channel’s ability to leverage SecureTrack to quickly open up new revenue streams and increase profitability.

Large enterprises, from banks and financial institutions to pharmaceutical, energy and telecommunications companies, already view firewall change management, rule base optimization and security auditing as an integral and critical part of their security infrastructure. As such, Tufin’s SecureTrack is a natural addition to a security reseller’s portfolio, offering resellers an immediate way to revisit existing accounts as well as penetrate new ones.

“Demand from our large enterprise clients for a comprehensive and sophisticated firewall operations management solution has increased substantially over the past 12 months,” said Bruce Tucker, Patriot Technologies’ President. “With SecureTrack, we now have the ability to offer our clients the most advanced solution available, which is clearly a win/win for everyone.”

Tufin Software Technologies Ltd.

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