Who’s A CRN Channel Chief Three Years Running? CyberArk’s Scott Whitehouse

February 16, 2018 Amy Burnis

CyberArk continues to invest in the success of its channel partners, enabling them to capitalize on new business opportunities based on the industry’s most comprehensive privileged account security solution. Scott Whitehouse leads CyberArk’s channel initiatives, and he was recently named a 2018 CRN Channel Chief for the third consecutive year!

CRN’s editorial staff selects honorees based on professional achievements, standing in the industry, dedication to the channel partner community and strategies for driving future growth and innovation.

As the Vice President of Channels and Alliances at CyberArk, Scott is responsible for field relationships with CyberArk channel partners and advisory/integration firms. His team collaborates with the Big 4 advisory firms, global systems integrators, managed service providers and value-added-resellers to launch and maintain innovative privileged account security programs that address advanced cyber threats and compliance and audit regulations.

Scott is a driving force in building strong channel relationships and delivering differentiated solutions to the channel.  Solidifying his spot on this prestigious list, Scott led several key initiatives over the past year, including:

  • Growing partnerships with key Big 4 advisory firms and driving opportunities through new and expanded technology integrations with vendors including ForeScout, SailPoint, Okta, Qualys, RSA, ServiceNow, Puppet, Chef and Ansible.
  • Generating cloud and DevOps business opportunities by increasing awareness across the channel of new CyberArk capabilities that enable customers to protect against advanced security threats by protecting privileged accounts, credentials and secrets in dynamic cloud environments and DevOps workflows.

The full list of 2018 Channel Chiefs is available here. If you get a chance, be sure to ask Scott about The Phoenix Project and why backcountry heli-skiing is on his bucket list!

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