Cohesity forging new Data Security Alliance

By Dylan Bushell-Embling
Wednesday, 23 November, 2022

Cohesity forging new Data Security Alliance

Data security company Cohesity has announced it is establishing a new Data Security Alliance with a range of leading cybersecurity companies.

The new alliance, announced at Cohesity’s data security and management summit ReConnect, will develop joint solutions for helping customers safeguard against increasingly complex data security threats.

Member partners include BigID, Cisco, CrowdStrike, CyberArk, Okta, Palo Alto Networks, Securonix, Splunk, Tenable and security advisory company Mandiant.

Solutions developed by the Data Security Alliance will seek to integrate data protection and resilience into an end-to-end security strategy, which starts at prevention and extends to early detection, protection and rapid recovery, according to Cohesity CEO Sanjay Poonen.

“Today’s non-stop and increasingly sophisticated cyber threats require an all-hands-on-deck approach. It’s not the responsibility of one vendor to solve all cybersecurity challenges — it takes a village to fight the bad guys,” he said.

“That’s why, out of the gate, we’re starting with multiple best-of-breed security partners, with tens of billions in market cap, who are serving thousands of customers globally.”

Partners will be able to use the Cohesity Data Cloud to help joint customers improve their security posture. This will include leveraging Cohesity’s AI-based anomaly detection. Cohesity’s API-first approach will make it easy for partners to integrate their solutions with Cohesity’s data security and management platform, Poonen said.

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