CRN highlights Paro’s deep industry expertise and passion for helping MSPs keep their data safe
BOWIE, MD – October 1, 2020 – ID Agent, a Kaseya company and leading provider of Dark Web monitoring and security awareness training solutions, is pleased to announce that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has recognized Amelia Paro, Channel Development Manager, as one of the IT channel’s 100 People You Don’t Know But Should for 2020. This annual list pays tribute to the below-the-radar best and brightest who power the channel every day.
Based on feedback from leading solution providers and industry executives, the CRN editorial team uses the 100 People You Don’t Know But Should list to draw attention to those outstanding channel players who work tirelessly to keep their partners thriving and the IT channel growing.
Paro is a seasoned cybersecurity and channel sales professional, who truly understands the challenges facing MSPs with firsthand experience growing a Phoenix-based MSP from three employees to ten employees and $1 million in annual revenue in less than four years. She’s passionate about providing MSPs with the cybersecurity solutions they need to keep their data safe and expand their businesses.
“Amelia is incredibly deserving of this recognition because she understands the growing need that our MSPs have for cutting-edge security solutions that quickly generate ROI,” said Fred Voccola, CEO, Kaseya. “The knowledge she’s gained from her own MSP experience combined with her deep understanding of ID Agent’s powerful product suite makes Amelia a trusted partner that MSPs can count on.”
“Helping MSPs address an ever-growing number of security threats is a daunting task, so I’m humbled by CRN’s recognition of my role in keeping MSPs safe,” said Amelia Paro, Channel Development Manager, ID Agent. “As a former ID Agent customer who experienced our solutions firsthand, I know how critical it is for MSPs to implement Dark Web monitoring, security awareness training and identity & access management solutions to help safeguard their companies against cybersecurity risks.”
“Managing a successful channel partner program today calls for a small army of people, but only a few Channel Chiefs tend to enjoy widespread recognition,” said Blaine Raddon, CEO of The Channel Company. “With the 100 People You Don’t Know But Should, we are delighted to shine a spotlight on an exceptional group of unsung team members, giving them some of the acclaim they deserve for their indispensable contributions to channel success.”
The 100 People You Don’t Know But Should will be featured in the October issue of CRN Magazine and can be found online at www.crn.com/100people.