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Lancope Announces New Global Secure Partner Program

Program is now available in the U.S.

ATLANTA, Feb. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- RSA CONFERENCE -- Lancope, Inc., a leader in network visibility and security intelligence, announces the launch of its global Secure Partner Program to extend the powerful security capabilities of its StealthWatch® System to additional resellers and their end customers. The global Lancope® Secure Partner Program was created to meet rapidly increasing demand for the award-winning StealthWatch System and further Lancope's mission of delivering optimized network visibility and security intelligence to ensure business continuity and resilience for large enterprises worldwide. The program is now available in the U.S., and will be rolled out to other key regions including Canada, LATAM and EMEAR in a phased approach throughout the first half of 2014.

"We recognize and embrace the tremendous value that our reseller partners bring to our business through their in-depth industry expertise and ability to build comprehensive, tailored security solutions for our customers," said Dan Sibille, vice president of worldwide channels for Lancope. "The new global Lancope Secure Partner Program is a multi-tier initiative designed to reward reseller partners with robust discount structures, training and certifications, and marketing tools and resources to help them excel in the market with the StealthWatch System."

"My organization is very excited about Lancope's new Partner Program," said Justin Smith, President & COO, Brite Computers. "Companies around the globe are currently seeking innovative solutions to better defend their networks and avoid becoming the next victim of a high-profile data breach. The StealthWatch System fulfills this need, and the Lancope Partner Program will reward my investment with healthy revenues, an enhanced ability to market and sell next-generation security technology, and the opportunity to develop more comprehensive and effective cybersecurity solutions for my customers."

The StealthWatch System collects and analyzes NetFlow, IPFIX and other flow data from existing infrastructure to cost-effectively improve threat detection, network forensics and incident response without requiring unfeasible investments in a large number of hardware devices as with some other solutions. This unique approach enables more than 600 organizations around the world to economically obtain end-to-end network visibility and control, and quickly thwart a wide range of attacks including malware, DDoS, insider threats and APTs. Lancope is exhibiting the latest version of the StealthWatch System, Version 6.5, at Booth #3634 (North Expo) during the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week.

To learn more about the global Lancope Secure Partner Program, or for an application to become a Lancope authorized reseller, please visit: http://www.lancope.com/partners/channel-partner-program.

About Lancope

Lancope, Inc. is a leading provider of network visibility and security intelligence to defend enterprises against today's top threats. By collecting and analyzing NetFlow, IPFIX and other types of flow data, Lancope's StealthWatch® System helps organizations quickly detect a wide range of attacks from APTs and DDoS to zero-day malware and insider threats. Through pervasive insight across distributed networks, including mobile, identity and application awareness, Lancope accelerates incident response, improves forensic investigations and reduces enterprise risk. Lancope's security capabilities are continuously enhanced with threat intelligence from the StealthWatch Labs research team. For more information, visit www.lancope.com.

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