DTEX Systems, the Workforce Cyber Intelligence & Security Company™, has named Brian Stoner as Vice President of Worldwide Channel and Alliances. In this role, Stoner will lead the company’s channel program across all regions, where he will support and engage DTEX’s entire partner ecosystem of resellers, technical alliance partners, system integrators, and managed security service providers (MSSP).
“The shift to hybrid work has accelerated the need for human-centric workforce intelligence solutions that prevent data loss, mitigate insider risks and instrument remote workforce engagement,” said Bahman Mahbod, President and CEO of DTEX Systems. “Our partners are integral to our mission and Brian’s extensive expertise in building and first-class partnerships programs combined with his passion for helping customers solve complex problems will play a pivotal role in the expansion of our partner ecosystem.”
Brian joins DTEX with more than 20 years of experience in cybersecurity and channel sales partnerships. During his tenure at CA and McAfee he oversaw all aspects of the North America resale channels including distribution. At FireEye he led the Technology Alliance program where the program grew from 6 to 60 alliance partners in two years. With the consulting partners he led the development of the FCAP program where consultants leveraged FireEye technology for compromise assessments and IR. At Cylance his team built the MSSP business from 3 to 500+ partners in two years, and he had similar success with the MSSP Channel at Stellar Cyber.
Prior to joining Stellar Cyber, Brian was Vice President of Channels and Alliances at ALTR, where he developed the channel go-to-market strategy from scratch. Brian also held leadership roles with Cylance Inc., Lastline, Inc., FireEye, Inc., Solutionary, McAfee, and CA Technologies.
“DTEX is doing what no other cybersecurity technology platform is or can – making the human, and their behavior, a true source of enterprise risk and operational intelligence. The applicability and value of our technology is endless, whether helping SOC teams identify risks before a breach, the IT team identify shadow IT projects, or HR recognize impending employee burnout and stop attrition. DTEX is truly flipping the narrative on insider threat and employee monitoring, delivering a privacy-first solution that allows employees to become a source of intelligence rather than the subject of surveillance,” says Brian Stoner, Vice President, Worldwide Channel and Alliances, DTEX Systems. “In addition to cultivating deeper relationships with strategic alliance partners like Splunk and Crowdstrike, I’m looking forward to building out our global partner program to meet the increasing global demand for DTEX’s Workforce Cyber Intelligence and Security platform.”
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