You probably wouldn’t buy a car without taking it for a test drive, and MSPs shouldn’t purchase cybersecurity tools without a solid test run, either.
Enter a major perk in any MSP’s toolbox: the NFR (not-for-resale) license. With an NFR, you can play around with a tool and determine if it truly lives up to its hype. When you know a product is the real deal, you’ll feel much better about selling it to your customers.
But are NFRs truly no-strings-attached? And which vendors offer them? Blumira’s MSP veterans Jeremy Young, Director of Partner Strategy, and Chris Furner, Senior Sales Engineer, will give you the lowdown on how NFRs work. You’ll learn:
- How to ask the right questions to find NFRs that are gimmick- and hassle-free
- 5 cybersecurity vendors that offer great NFR licenses
- Tips to take full advantage of your free license
This interactive, conversational-style session encourages questions and engagement with viewers – so sign up today for access to our security experts.
Jeremy Young, Director of Partner Strategy, Blumira
Jeremy, joining us from Austin, TX, has been working in tech and cybersecurity for over a decade. Before joining the team at Blumira, Jeremy was Head of Affiliate Partnerships at Huntress Labs, where he led the go-to-market strategy for partnerships. Prior to that, Jeremy spent a couple of years on the Duo MSP team advocating for MFA to be a standard for all MSPs and their customers.
Chris Furner, Senior Sales Engineer, Blumira
Chris joined Blumira after spending more than 7 years at Worksighted, an 85-employee MSP. As a security engineer and consultant, Chris spent several years building security programs for customers, analyzing threats and performing incident response. In the process, he developed a deep understanding of the unique needs of MSPs. He joined Blumira because of a deep belief in the product and its ability to fit naturally into the MSP security stack.