Cyway signs distribution agreement with ExtraHop in the Middle East

Cyway, a leading Cybersecurity solutions provider specializing in identity centric and cloud security solutions, has announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with ExtraHop, the leader in cloud-native network detection and response (NDR), to expand its footprint in the Middle East. 

The ExtraHop Reveal(x) 360 platform secures enterprises from ever-increasing advanced threats with cloud-native network detection and response. Reveal(x) provides complete east-west visibility, real-time threat detection inside the perimeter, and intelligent response at scale to help security organizations stay ahead of the advanced threats like supply chain attacks, zero days, and APTs. ExtraHop is rated as a top three vendor with the analyst firm, IDC, which estimates ExtraHop’s growth outpacing the category overall, with 42 percent year-over-year growth.

Ali Yekrang, Director of Channel at Cyway commented “With today’s changing threat landscape, organizations need to have thorough understanding and visibility of their current inventory to assess the risk posture. By this it enables them to remediate the issues and limit the vulnerable systems on the network.” Cyway is excited to partner with ExtraHop and considers this as a great opportunity to address these challenges in this market through its extensive partner ecosystem. As distribution partner, Cyway will promote ExtraHop’s presence in the region and expand relationships with new partners to drive revenue growth. Partners will have access to extensive sales and marketing support to help their customers protect their data and infrastructure.

“Network detection and response is rapidly emerging as a must-have capability in modern security operations, and ExtraHop’s platform is attractive to new partners with clients across all industries, said Sandra Hilt, Sr. Director Channel Sales EMEA at ExtraHop. “We believe Cyway has the reach, relationships, and drive to help accelerate ExtraHop’s business growth in the Middle East.