LogRhythm launches partner program alongside security's biggest brands
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LogRhythm has launched a Technology Alliance Partner Program and signed up some of the world’s biggest global security brands, including the likes of Carbon Black, Check Point, Cisco, Gigamon and Palo Alto Networks.
The Technology Alliance Partner Program (TAP) is designed to bring providers together to deliver technology integrations and more complete security solutions.
“Our TAP Program will allow LogRhythm to focus on select partners and facilitate deeper engagement. As a result, we expect to reach and support more customers, more efficiently, and ultimately help them better address the cyberthreats they face every day,” comments Matt Winter, vice president of marketing and business development at LogRhythm.
The named partners have also been involved with LogRhythm’s Threat Lifecycle Management Platform, further banking on strong relationships.
“LogRhythm has been a great technology partner over recent years and has a strong integration story with Carbon Black across a broad range of our product offerings,” comments Tom Barsi, senior vice president of business development at Carbon Black.
“We’re excited to be a part of the LogRhythm TAP Program and believe it will help strengthen our technology integration efforts, and enable customers to optimize the efficacy of their security operations by reducing the mean-time-to-detect (MTTD) and the mean-time-to-respond (MTTR) to cyberthreats and cyberattacks.”
LogRhythm states its partner collaborations are also to help customers provide input ‘to help influence future technology integrations’.
In addition, the TAP program provides partners technical integration support, marketing and collateral. It includes three levels of engagement: Access, Preferred or Elite.
The Threat Lifecycle Management platform “connects people and processes across the security operations organisation with the ultimate goal of reducing the mean-time-to-detect and the mean-time-to-respond to cyberthreats while keeping staffing levels flat,” the company concludes.