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ExtraHop’s new partner program for enterprise security

15 May 2019

ExtraHop, a provider of enterprise cyber analytics, has launched the Panorama Partner Program. 

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

Fueled by 10x growth in cybersecurity, ExtraHop is expanding its global channel program, working with global resellers, distribution, managed services, and integration partners with deep domain expertise in security. 

The new Panorama Partner Program supports these channel partners with accreditation that provides the foundational knowledge and tools to accelerate the integration of NTA into security operations. 

The accreditation program also offers partner sales engineers a deeper technical view of the ExtraHop solution including demos, key use cases and competitive differentiation. 

In addition to partner accreditation, the new partner portal provides easy access to just-in-time (JIT) sales and training materials that help ExtraHop partners rapidly identify use cases and fast-track solutions for their customers.

Through the program, partners can leverage the integrations offered by ExtraHop with products including ServiceNow, IBM QRadar, and Splunk to provide their enterprise customers with full detection, investigation, and remediation capabilities. 

Partners also have the ability to deliver full cloud solutions using the AWS Consulting Partner Private Offer (CPPO) program.  

The CPPO program brings together analytics, machine learning and threat investigation capabilities from Reveal(x), and security services and program development from channel partners to deliver best of breed cybersecurity for AWS customers.

''As the demand for ExtraHop Reveal(x) continues to expand, we look to the leading channel partners to support our rapid growth around the world,'' says ExtraHopo global channel sales vice president Mark Fitzmaurice. 

''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.''

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