ThreatTrack Security Kicks Off Channel Program

ThreatTrack Security has begun recruiting specialized security partners to add ThreatAnalyzer – a security product build to thwart advanced persistent threats (APTs) – to their cyber-defense portfolios.

According to a ThreatTrack Security study in June 2013, 69 percent of C-level executives at U.S. companies are concerned that their organizations may be vulnerable to targeted malware attacks, APTs and other sophisticated cybercrime tactics. Moreover, nearly half say their cyber-defenses do not include advanced malware analysis tools to bolster their defense against these threats.

“Organizations of all sizes are discovering that their current security solutions are unable to defend them from today’s increasingly sophisticated cyber threats,” said ThreatTrack Security CEO Julian Waits Sr. “That creates tremendous opportunity for partners with access to the advanced security technologies necessary to effectively combat APTs and other advanced malware threats. ThreatAnalyzer 5.0 fills that gap in partners’ cybersecurity portfolios, enabling them to capitalize on the rising demand for this critical new layer of malware defense.”

ThreatAnalyzer enables the identification of malicious files unknown to or undetected by signature-based security solutions. It detonates executable files and URLs in a monitored sandbox environment to analyze and determine the risks they pose to a network, generating detailed behavioral reports so partners and their end-user customers can quickly eliminate discovered threats. The task takes just two minutes or less, on average., the company said.

ThreatAnalyzer 5.0 features improved behavioral analysis capabilities, a redesigned user interface for improved workflow, REST APIs for access to every component of the product, additional reporting and easier deployment.

To help partners integrate ThreatAnalyzer into their solutions offerings, ThreatTrack Security said that it will provide access to a broad array of sales, marketing and technical support. In the coming weeks, the company will introduce a series of enablement initiatives to familiarize sales and technical teams within select partners – ranging from systems integrators to managed security services providers (MSSPs) to specialized security VARs.

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