WALTHAM, Mass., — December 20, 2018— Carbon Black(NASDAQ:CBLK), a leader in next-generation endpoint security delivered via the cloud, today announced that the Carbon Black Integration Network (CBIN)grew more than 40 percent in 2018. The program now features 114+ partners and 150+ product integrations, making it one of the most robust partner programs of its kind in the cybersecurity industry.
Carbon Black executives and investors ring the opening bell at the Nasdaq Global Exchange on May 4, 2018.
CBIN represents vendors, customers, and security technologists that have leveraged Carbon Black’s open APIs to custom-build their security stack with integrated solutions that amplify the investments they’ve made in Carbon Black’s PSC and other security solutions.
“Today’s security teams face a growing list of challenges, including evolving threats and limited visibility into their security stacks,” said Tom Barsi, Carbon Black’s SVP of Corporate and Business Development. “Moreover, in order to deliver more effective security, companies need the ability to extract more value from their existing security investments. With more than 114 partners and 150 integrations to date, Carbon Black and its partners are providing customers with a range of integrated solutions that quickly and effectively address the evolving threat landscape and better protect companies against advanced threats.”
CBIN was created under the premise that a collective defense strategy is the foundation to any good security posture. Leveraging Carbon Black’s open APIs and the PSC, CBIN partners can use Carbon Black’s rich, unfiltered endpoint data to deliver more comprehensive security solutions and help customers stop known and unknown attacks by deploying effective prevention, detection, response and prediction strategies.
For more details on the Carbon Black Integration Network (CBIN) or to apply to become a Carbon Black partner, visit the Carbon Black website.
Mark Lorion, Senior Vice President of Operations at Arxan Technologies
“Mobile and web apps have proliferated as a primary customer touchpoint, and attacks originating from within these application endpoints have also increased. By integrating with Carbon Black, our joint detection and protection solution will deliver a complete picture of the threats targeting applications and today’s organizations.. Arxan app protection, with its real-time threat detection, provides security and visibility from the moment apps are published, and together with Carbon Black better enable organizations to respond to threats before they go viral.”
Andrew Wertkin, Chief Product and Technology Officer at BlueCat
“Unfortunately, most organizations overlook their Domain Name System (DNS) when it comes to cyber defense. Together, BlueCat and Carbon Black will work to deliver ways to identify queries and domain responses associated with malware and data exfiltration, automatically prevent endpoints from resolving them, and remediate infected clients. This partnership will significantly improve customers’ control and visibility over critical network infrastructure, and reduce time to respond in the event of an incident.”