Tobania, a leading IT system and security integrator in the Belgian market, and Exabeam, a provider of security intelligence and management solutions, announced a strategic partnership today. This makes Tobania the first Belgian reseller to sign a partnership with Exabeam.
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solutions seek to provide a holistic approach to an organization’s data and IT security management. Exabeam’s solution succeeds in doing so like no other. From a helicopter perspective, this security solution for possible cyber threats, either from inside or from outside, to counter these in an automated, intelligent, user - and data-centric way. This is critical for Belgian organizations, which are under cyber attacks on a regular basis.
In June 2017, Tobania signed a partnership with Exabeam to be the first reseller to offer this solution to the Belgian market. The Exabeam solution is a valuable addition to Tobania’s growing solutions portfolio.
Nicolas Vercauteren, business unit manager of Tobania’s Business & Technical Support Services says: “Hackers typically love to steal user credentials because these give them full access to everything the user can see. In addition, detecting those compromised accounts can be challenging. Exabeam allows our customers to quickly identify and disarm suspect user accounts by means of artifical intelligence and user behavior analytics, without continuously building and modifying complex correlation rules in their SIEM.”
On top of the Exabeam partnership, Tobania signed a partnership with SentinelOne, a complementary endpoint technology that can support Exabeam by providing security against cyber threats at the front line, on the device level. With SentinelOne, Tobania aims to replace the ‘old guard’ of legacy antivirus software by offering organizations a unique, new-generation standalone approach to endpoint security. SentinelOne offers behavioral-based detection of both known and unknown threats, a revolutionary technique that out-performs traditional security options.
The behavior-based cyber security approach challenges the traditional market offer, with automation enabling a reduced TCO.