The deal enables the companies to capitalise on the rising demand for security information and event management (SIEM) technology in the region.
According to LogRhythm, more organisations are turning to such solutions to help counter the growing threat of cybercrime and protect themselves from data breach incidents.
Lan 1 marketing manager, Mathew Bertram, said the channel will play a significant role in managing more than a billion logs every day and ensuring that they adhere to Payment Card Industry compliance.
“As the company’s local partner, we will be on hand with in-depth market knowledge and expertise and expect to see significant sales growth and an increased customer base in the coming weeks and months via our LogRhythm reseller partners,” he said.
Analyst firm, Frost & Sullivan, previously predicted a substantial growth in demand for SIEM solutions in Asia-Pacific. The market is expected to reach $242.7 million in 2014, up from $93.4 million in 2010.
LogRhythm managing director and vice-president of international markets, Ross Brewer, is looking forward to both parties reaping the benefits of the partnership as the SIEM market continues to grow in the region.