PreVeil, a leader in making encryption useable for everyday business, today launched the PreVeil Partner Program. This new program gives Managed Service Providers (MSPs) MSSPs and VARs access to PreVeil’s innovative data security solutions that help organizations big and small protect their most sensitive emails and files.
Led by Jamie Leupold, PreVeil Director of Channel Sales & Alliances, the program is designed to be flexible with distinct licensing models for both MSPs and VARs. “We know one size does not fit all and want to make partnering with PreVeil as easy as possible” said Jamie.
“Partners appreciate the fact that PreVeil is helping them solve one of the most challenging issues their customers face today, email & file security, and is doing so in an entirely different way from other vendors in this space.”
Members of the PreVeil partner program receive many benefits to ensure success including: Deal registration with protected margins, co-marketing support such as joint webinars and trade shows, field and channel sales support and dedicated technical support.
PreVeil’s early partners include: Edge Technology Group, Ciphertechs, Steel Root, and The Chertoff Group.
“As a trusted technology advisor for leading financial firms worldwide, cybersecurity is a top priority for our customers” said Matt Klein, Principal, Edge Technology Group. “Partnering with PreVeil helps Edge manage our client’s reputational risk and meet regulatory requirements for email and files.”
To learn how to become a PreVeil partner click here.


About PreVeil

PreVeil makes encryption usable for everyday business. PreVeil’s encrypted email and file sharing services enable the creation of “Trusted Communities” for an organization’s most security sensitive partners, suppliers, and customers.

PreVeil replaces insecure passwords with transparent cryptographic authentication, insulating users from phishing, spoofing and business email compromise attacks. Our patented Approval Group features minimize the threat of a single compromised admin putting an entire organization at risk. All messages and documents are encrypted end-to-end, which means that nobody other than intended recipients — not even PreVeil — can read the data.