Robert Sawyer and Daniel Daraban of Bitdefender – Become Your Customers’ Strategic Partner with XDR

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In this edition of SMBCP, Host Karl sits down with Robert Sawyer and Daniel Daraban to discuss Bitdefender’s GravityZone XDR (extended detection and response). 

Find out what GravityZone XDR can do for your MSP business. 

Robert Sawyer is the director of product marketing for cloud workload security and managed detection and response at Bitdefender. Prior to Bitdefender, he led product marketing for integration and applications at IBM as part of its newly launched automation division. He also led teams in hybrid cloud, tracing his roots back through BPM and SOA, and worked at Rackspace Technology, helping lead marketing for a newly launched managed security service offering. He’s been in the IT space for over 20 years and started his career in software development, working on industry solutions in healthcare and life sciences and media and entertainment.

As a Director of Product Management at Bitdefender, Daniel Daraban manages the Bitdefender Business Solutions Group flagship product lines: EDR and XDR. Together with his team, they are on a mission to solve real-world customer encountered issues. Eager to understand day-to-day workflows and how that is impacting the products he manages, Daniel enjoys interacting with customers, prospects and industry analysts to gain valuable feedback. Outside of work you will find him in his tool shed working on various DYI projects, playing around with Arduinos, or riding some of the world’s craziest rollercoasters.

Resources and Links:

XDR for MSPs Datasheet: 

XDR for MSP launch blog:


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