Who we are: Secutor is 30+ highly experienced cybersecurity professionals who work together to provide services that we couldn’t dream of doing alone. Our people have been in the industry an average of 22+ years, but we aren’t sales people. That’s where we need your help! Secutor is a pioneer in socially responsible consulting, billing customers a fair market value for services and ensuring that almost all corporate income is paid out to the consultants (and sales people) who earn it.
What are we looking for: Despite our deep and broad industry experience, none of us are true "sales" people. We are looking for sales agents who have experience in the Cybersecurity industry. Experience selling software and services is a must. There will be online sales training and easy access to sales collateral and marketing content.
Who are our target customers: Security or IT Directors, CISO, CIO, or CFO in mid-sized companies (200-10,000 employees). We certainly have the experience to help larger companies (one of our consultants is a former CIO of the Bank of America and another a former CISO from GameStop), but we've discovered that we can have more impact (and shorter sales cycles) with smaller companies. We can also help SMB clients (sub 200 employees), but we don’t have the processes in place to do that en masse.
What is our territory: Secutor has consultants all over the US, but the bulk are in Texas. We can service clients anywhere in the US but prefer to focus our sales efforts on TOLA (Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas) and Georgia.
What kind of agent is suited to this opportunity?
Any sales professional with connections into any regulated industry:
RETAIL: Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)
PUBLIC: Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Section 404 (SOX)
Financial/Banking: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act (FDICIA), Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)
IT Operations and Security: Cyber Security Assessments, Internal Controls Assessments, Remediation Consulting, Business Continuity Planning & Disaster Recovery Planning, or Service Organizations such as SaaS, IaaS, and other outsourced business processes that interact with sensitive data (payroll, claims processing, human resources, etc.)