FREMONT, CA: In a major announcement made by Lockheed Martin, a global security andaerospace organization, it was publicized that LogRythm has joined their Cyber Security Alliance. LogRhythm joins a host of industry leading alliance partners, including APC by Schneider Electric, CA, Cisco, Citrix, CyberPoint, Cybereason, Dell, EMC Corporation and its RSA security division, FireEye, HP and its ArcSight division, Intel and Intel Security (formerly McAfee), Juniper Networks, Microsoft, NetApp, Radware, Red Hat, Solutionary, Splunk, Symantec, Trustwave, Verizon and VMware.
LogRhythm is a leader in security intelligence and analytics, and will collaborate to solve growing cybersecurity needs and meet future threats through customer-focused solution design, experiments, and end-to-end systems integration pilots. “LogRhythm is proud to represent the security information and event management community in this significant effort to attack global cyber security challenges with new defense capabilities for detecting and neutralizing advanced threats,” said Jon Bickford, VP of sales (America), LogRhythm. The major issue which the cyber security market is facing today is about the threats present in the premises of an organization by which a cyber attack can be carried out, are often neglected. As a result, the security of the confidential assets of an organization is compromised. LogRhythm empowers organizations globally to rapidly detect, respond to and neutralize damaging cyber threats. The organization’s security intelligence platform unifies next-generation security information and event management, log management, network and endpoint monitoring and forensics, and security analytics.
The Lockheed Martin Cyber Security Alliance brings together the right experts, the right processes, and the right technologies to provide customers with mission resilient systems. “By sharing our best practices we are able to combat cyber-threats with ever-increasing agility. LogRhythm brings additional more expertise, skills and tools to the alliance, and we are thrilled to welcome them,” concluded Angie Heise, Vice President, Lockheed Martin Commercial Cyber.