LogRhythm, a Boulder, CO-based security company, has launched its new Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) Program designed to foster interoperability among targeted vendors. Current members include Cisco, Carbon Black, Palo Alto Networks, Gigamon, and Check Point.
By providing an open and flexible solution with multiple integration points across the end-to-end threat lifecycle, the initiative is intended to integrate functionality into LogRhythm’s TLM platform to facilitate rapid detection, response and neutralization of cyberthreats. This capability gives customers a single pane of glass through which to manage their security operations.
The LogRhythm TLM Platform combines big data technology and machine learning to deliver SIEM, log management, endpoint monitoring, Network Behavior Analytics (NBA), User Entity and Behavior Analytics (UEBA), and Security Automation and Orchestration (SAO) capabilities.
“Our TAP Program will allow LogRhythm to focus on select partners and facilitate deeper engagement,” said Matt Winter, vice president of marketing and business development at LogRhythm. “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.”
The LogRhythm TAP Program provides its participants with technical integration support, access to marketing assets and collateral, and go-to-market enablement to accelerate business results and customer success. Additional opportunities for collaboration are provided based upon three levels of engagement: Access, Preferred, or Elite.
The ability to integrate a variety of different capabilities within a single pane of glass is typically popular with channel partners and customers alike.