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Semperis Appoints Trellix Veteran Nico Devoti to Run its Global Technology Partner Program

Semperis Appoints Trellix Veteran Nico Devoti to Run its Global Technology Partner Program

14-year Trellix veteran brings extensive cybersecurity technology alliance experience to Semperis’ strategic partner program

 Semperis, a pioneer in identity-driven cyber resilience, today announced the appointment of Nico Devoti to run its Global Technology Partner Program. Devoti joins Semperis after more than 14 years running Trellix’s Security Innovation Alliance Partner Program, where he recruited more than 250 partners into the company’s ecosystem and was a strong catalyst for global growth.

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Nico will oversee the expansion of Semperis’ Technology Alliance Program (TAP), which aligns Semperis’ comprehensive cyber resiliency platform with complementary technologies offered by leading vendors, including Microsoft, IBM, Dell, Trellix, Veritas and Splunk, and others, to expand offerings that protect the identity system before, during, and after an attack.

On May 6, Semperis announced a partnership with Trellix, providing unmatched visibility into identity system breaches with extended detection and response (XDR) to accelerate attack detection and containment of identity-based attacks. Today, Trellix’s XDR platform is used by 40,000 organizations, including 80 percent of the Fortune 100.

“Nico brings a wealth of direct experience to Semperis as he spearheaded the expansion of Trellix’s global technology partner program for more than a decade and built a reliable and sustainable revenue pipeline with the world’s leading technology companies,” said Mickey Bresman, Semperis CEO. “Semperis’ rapid global growth is due to organizations finding their identity systems regularly compromised and looking to dramatically improve their operational resilience knowing that constant disruptions impact their bottom line and will erode confidence of employees, partners and customers.”

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In addition to running Trellix’s Security Innovation Alliance Partner Program for more than 14 years, DeVoti was responsible for recruiting, developing and driving business initiatives. He also designed and implemented the company’s co-sell revenue generating model and accelerated global partner co-sales pipeline from zero to more than $150 million.

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