Secureworks (NASDAQ: SCWX), a global provider of cybersecurity solutions, has announced the addition of the Secureworks Technology Alliance Partner program to its Global Partner Program. It extends the Taegis ecosystem and data integrations to speed threat detection for all Taegis clients.
According to Secureworks, Taegis XDR is one of the industry’s most open and complete extended detection and response software systems.
Comprehensive visibility across increasingly complex infrastructures and isolated point products and applications is required for effective threat detection and response. Third-party integrations can help, which may include everything from orchestration and cleanup to detection sources.
Secureworks Technology Alliance Partners may now create integrated security solutions by adding their own Taegis connectors. Secureworks would deliver solutions designed to solve some of our customers’ most complex security challenges by combining endpoint, network, and cloud data from strategic technology companies such as AWS, Zscaler, and Corelight with its Taegis security operations and analytics platform.
“Adding integrations into Taegis is a frequent customer request, and our partners want to integrate with our technology to leverage our data and analytics, which in turn, improves security outcomes,” said Maureen Perrelli, chief channel officer, Secureworks. “These integrations benefit all of our customers by dramatically expanding the range of telemetry that Taegis ingests.”
Secureworks will provide technical access to software development tools (API, SDK), a sandbox development environment, and Secureworks Taegis training and certification to help Technology Alliance Partners. On the Secureworks Technology Alliance Partner program website, technology firms interested in participating in the TAP program can apply.
The Secureworks Global Partner Program
Secureworks’ Global Partner Program, which began in May 2020, has grown to include over 300 channel partners, including global distributors, resellers, and managed service providers (MSPs). Through the program’s MSSP track, MSPs such as Globe Business and Aprio are introducing their own MSSP services powered by Taegis XDR to their clients.
Earlier this year, Secureworks and Dell Technologies announced the new Dell Technologies Managed Detection and Response powered by Secureworks Taegis XDR, which provides 24/7 security across endpoint devices, data center networks, and cloud environments “while significantly reducing the burden on IT teams.”