LightCyber has signed four value-added resellers – Cygnia, Pentesec, Satisnet and SJG Digital – to deliver its Magna products to the UK market, with scope to add a few more before the end of the year. LightCyber’s technology combines full network visibility with machine learning, allowing organisations to detect an attacker that might otherwise be invisible to the security team.
“Our route to market is exclusively through the channel,” said Alex Moyes, Regional Sales Director UK&I at LightCyber. “As a fresh vendor to the UK, we have been able to build a channel of genuinely value-added resellers who are looking for a real turnkey product to secure their customers’ networks. These partners are led by industry veterans with proven experience and I’m delighted with the speed at which they have adopted our technology.”
Moyes continued, “Trusted customer relationships are extremely valuable to our partners and I’m excited that they are, in turn, being entrusted to us, so we can achieve our ultimate aim – an industry where the tables are turned on cyber attackers and network dwell time is counted in minutes, not months.”
LightCyber enhances revenue opportunities for channel partners by broadening partners’ security solution set and associated services offerings via its LightCyber Technology Alliance Program (LTAP). With LTAP, channel partners can add greater value and increase the scope of deployments for completeness by integrating the LightCyber Magna platform with other leading security products, such as the HPE ArcSight ESM Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), the Check Point Next Generation Threat Prevention Solutions, Palo Alto Networks’ Next Generation Firewalls and Gigamon GigaSECURE Security Delivery Platform. The resulting solution provides greater security intelligence and remediation options for channel partners’ customers to protect their networks.
Jon Busfield, MD at Cygnia and a LightCyber channel partner said, “As a cyber security solution provider, Cygnia is always looking for technologies that are at the leading edge of the fight against cybercrime and enhance our customers’ security posture by identifying weak areas in their existing infrastructure. LightCyber fills this gap in our portfolio and we have already had a positive response from our customer base to the benefits it will bring to increasing their security,”
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