Lastline Recognized by CRN as a 2015 Emerging Vendor

Lastline Recognized by CRN as a 2015 Emerging Vendor

products-guideLastline has been recognized by CRN, the top news source for solution providers and the IT channel, as one of 2015’s hottest emerging technology vendors. CRN’s Emerging Vendors list annually identifies the rising security technology vendors with innovative products in North America who create new opportunities for channel partners to generate high-margins and provide the most advanced solutions for their customers.

Over the past year, Lastline has seen tremendous interest from security partners in integrating with the Lastline Breach Detection Platform to bring enterprise-grade advanced malware analysis and defense to their customers. Our channel partners (including market-leading OEMs and MSSPs like WatchGuard, Barracuda and Dell SecureWorks) have harnessed considerable revenue growth, security system implementation ease and effectiveness as well as C-level customer satisfaction as a result of bringing Lastline onboard.

We are proud to again be included in this roundup of technologies that vendors can use to keep their solution portfolios cutting-edge and stay ahead of the competition.

To learn more about becoming a partner and providing Lastline technology as a core enterprise security offering, check out the Lastline Defense Program page

Brian Laing

Brian Laing

For more than 20 years, Brian Laing has shared his strategic business vision and technical leadership with a range of start-ups and established companies in various executive level roles. The author of “APT for Dummies,” he was previously vice president of AhnLab, where he directed the US operations of the internationally known security and software leader. Brian previously founded Hive Media where he served as CEO. He co-founded RedSeal Systems, where he conceived the overall design and features of the product and was granted two patents related to network security. He was also founder and CEO of self-funded Blade Software, who released the industry’s first commercial IPS/FW testing tool.
Brian Laing