Exclusive Networks UK adds IronNet to security portfolio

Cybersecurity and digital infrastructure specialist Exclusive Networks UK has signed IronNet to its cyber portfolio.

The new offering promises to enable Exclusive Networks UK’s partners to ‘transform cybersecurity’ through IronNet’s Collective Defense platform, addressing customer challenges including data recovery and security, digital transformation, data in motion/data at rest and acceleration to cloud.

IronNet’s Collective Defense detects unknown cyber threats and shares the related attack intelligence in real time, operating on AWS, hybrid cloud and on-premise infrastructures. The platform allows for collaboration by sharing context and insights from the participating members, increasing a security team’s capacity to detect, triage and respond to threats targeting their organisations and agencies.

“We believe data is the lifeblood to organisations everywhere and digital infrastructure is the backbone to all IT initiatives,” said Graham Jones, regional director UK & Ireland at Exclusive Networks (pictured). “IronNet is a potential accelerant for transformation, and we couldn’t be happier to add it to our security offering.”

The IronDefense product can also complement existing security architectures by acting as an additional layer of defence identifying unknown behaviour through behavioural analytics. 

Benefits for partners include free partner training and ‘try before you buy’ initiatives, the ability to resell or act as an MSSP, no financial barriers, deal registration to protect partner driven opportunities and a fully channel-focused approach.

Sean Foster, chief revenue officer at IronNet added: “IronNet is the only automated real-time threat correlation platform based on ‘unknown’ non-signature-based threats and it is a great opportunity for us to bring this fully vetted attack intelligence to Exclusive Networks UK’s prestigious portfolio.”

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