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ExtraHop reveals new Panorama partner program

ExtraHop reveals new Panorama partner program

Specially targeting security specialists globally

ExtraHop's Mark Fitzmaurice

ExtraHop's Mark Fitzmaurice

Credit: ExtraHop

Cyber analytics vendor ExtraHop has launched its new Panorama Partner Program to deepen its work with security specialists across global resellers, distribution, managed services provider and integration partners.

The program aims to help global channel partners accelerate the adoption and integration of network traffic analysis (NTA) for enterprise customers looking to modernise their security operations.   

The program which is made of three tiers - authorised, gold and platinum, specifically features accreditation to provide the knowledge and tools to accelerate integration of NTA into security operations and also features demos, key use cases and competitive differentiation.

A new partner portal will also provide access to just-in-time (JIT) sales and training materials, deal registration, as well as pair ExtraHop with other technology products including ServiceNow, IBM QRadar and Splunk, providing customers full detection, investigation, and remediation capabilities.

“We depend on our partners to deliver the visibility, speed and scale enterprise security teams need to rise above the noise of the endless traffic required for digital business. The Panorama Partner Program is designed to make our partners highly effective and more profitable based on their investments in ExtraHop,” ExtraHop vice president of global channel sales Mark Fitzmaurice said.

Through the Panorama Program, partners also have the ability to deliver full cloud solutions using the AWS Consulting Partner Private Offer (CPPO) program that provides analytics, machine learning and threat investigation capabilities from Reveal(x).

Some of the ExtraHop’s partners include Allentis, AppCentrix, Epicon, GuidePoint Security, KedronUK, Kite, Miel, Optiv Security, Macnica Networks, Orca Tech, Presidio, Tech Data and Trace3.

“When looking for strategic partnerships, one consideration is whether those companies fill important gaps for our customers’ security infrastructure,” CEO of Canberra-based partner, Epicon, Yair Tzur, said. “The Panorama Partner Program will help ensure that we are profitable in our partnership.”

ExtraHop also offers partners a sales academy and an accreditation program to provide advanced knowledge and tools.


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