Cofense Announces Major Expansion of its Technology Alliance Program

Cofense (Formerly PhishMe) has announced it has made major enhancements to its phishing incident response platform – Cofense Triage – to help its customers reduce dwell time and respond more quickly to phishing attacks.

The updates are in addition to more than 10 new technical integrations into its phishing defense platform, which have helped cement its position as the leading provider of human-driven phishing defense solutions. The Leesburg, VA-based firm has also increased its partners by 50% over the past 12 months.The expansion of partners under its Cofense Technology Alliance Program helps its customers defend against a wide range of cyber threats and secure more attack points.

New technology partners include the endpoint security solution provider Carbon Black, security automation and orchestration solution providers Phantom, Demisto, and ServiceNow Security Operations, cyber risk analytics solution provider Bay Dynamics, and the network anomaly detection firm, Anomali. To improve operational efficiency and visibility, Cofense has partnered with threat intelligence platform provider EclecticIQ and the platform works seamlessly with the RSA NetWitness Platform.

Businesses now need to deploy a wide range of security solutions to protect against a wide range of cyber threats and attack vectors, but those solutions need to work seamlessly with each other. Through the Cofense Technology Alliance Program, technology partners can seamlessly integrate their IT solutions into Cofense’s products and services ensuring a more holistic threat management experience for customers.

“Our mission is to develop strong partner relationships which begin at the technical solution level and extend through our sales motion to deliver immediate value to mutual customers,” said Allan Carey, VP of Business Development, Cofense. “We will continue to build out our partner ecosystem in support of market demands and customer SOC enablement.”

Author: NetSec Editor