Cybereason, the XDR company, today announced that Abigail Maines, Vice President of Commercial and Channel Sales in North America, has been named to CRN’s ‘2022 Women of the Channel’ list. The list recognizes women who demonstrate channel expertise and vision with top-level leadership.
Combined with more than 20 years of experience in channel sales, and since joining Cybereason in 2021, Maines has achieved several professional milestones, including leading the launch of the company’s Defenders League Partner Program. Maines believes the key to success for channel partners is the mutual ability to add value to customers in a time of heightened complexity and information overload. Maines also co-founded ‘FIERCE’ (Females In Every Role Change Everything)’ in 2020 to empower women by educating, energizing, and embracing females so that they are more confident in any role. FIERCE is grounded in an unwavering focus on empathy, resilience, and courage.
“Being recognized as a ‘Women of the Channel’ by CRN is exciting and sheds more light on the support Cybereason provides to me and every employee. Experiencing the personal and professional growth alongside my team is what fuels my passion,” said Maines. “My goals in 2022 include providing the highest profit profile to our partners while enabling them to provide best in class technology that resolves their customer’s security challenges quickly.”
About Cybereason Cybereason is the XDR company, partnering with Defenders to end attacks at the endpoint, in the cloud and across the entire enterprise ecosystem. Only the AI-driven Cybereason XDR Platform provides predictive prevention, detection and response that is undefeated against modern ransomware and advanced attack techniques. The Cybereason MalOp™ instantly delivers context-rich attack intelligence across every affected device, user and system with unparalleled speed and accuracy. Cybereason turns threat data into actionable decisions at the speed of business. Cybereason is a privately held international company headquartered in Boston with customers in more than 40 countries.
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