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EiQ Networks Expands Value-Added Reseller Program with Addition of Redhawk Network Security

Redhawk to Offer EiQ's Hybrid SaaS SOCVue Security Monitoring and Vulnerability Management Services

Boston, Mass., January 12, 2016 - EiQ Networks, a pioneer in hybrid SaaS security and continuous security intelligence solutions, today announced that Redhawk Network Security has joined its growing list of MSP partners. Bend, Oregon-based Redhawk, which has more than 17 years of expertise in the cyber security market, will integrate EiQ’s SOCVue into its current portfolio of information and managed security solutions. EiQ’s SOCVue hybrid SaaS security services provide the people, process, and technology for an effective security program. 

It provides the flexibility and cost savings of a SaaS offering, but unlike alternate solutions, EiQ also provides the security team to manage the service and help implement security best practices.

According to David Lindemann, Redhawk’s Vice President of Technology and Products, “EiQ offers industry-leading security monitoring and vulnerability scanning while Redhawk provides strong auditing and incident response support. The partnership between our organizations will provide customers with best-of-breed security monitoring, audit, and response solutions.”

“We’re pleased to partner with Redhawk Network Security to provide SOCVue to their customer base,” said Dick Faulkner, Vice President of Worldwide Sales, EiQ Networks. “With their deep knowledge and experience as a pure-play IT security reseller, Redhawk is an ideal partner. We look forward to working with the Redhawk team to provide their customers with an affordable, yet highly efficient, best-in-class security protection.”

The SOCVue Security Monitoring service includes proactive security controls automation and compliance reporting – a hybrid SaaS log management and SIEM delivered via an affordable monthly subscription.

SOCVue Security Monitoring includes 24x7x365 monitoring of customers’ environments by EiQ’s trained security professionals. The EiQ Security Operations Center (SOC) team analyzes event data from across IT assets and provide timely notification of any security incidents along with remediation guidance. The EiQ SOC filters thousands of events down to a snapshot view of a client’s current security posture, so they can quickly determine what needs attention.

With SOCVue Security Monitoring, organizations no longer need to dig through thousands of events or analyze raw log files to determine what is happening in their networks and what to do about it. This service includes:

 

 

·         24x7x365 security monitoring

 

 

·         Incident notification and remediation guidance

 

 

·         Proactive security controls assessment

 

 

·         Compliance controls assessment and reporting

 

 

·         Daily and monthly security reports

 

 

·         One-on-one security consultation

EiQ Networks recently announced its new SOCVue Vulnerability Management service that provides vulnerability assessment technology from Qualys, along with an extended security team to effectively analyze, prioritize, and track vulnerability remediation based on risk and impact. The service can save an IT team hundreds of hours every year, while providing the vulnerability management necessary to meet compliance mandates and reduce information security risk. This helps reduce customers’ attack surface, while saving time and reducing operational costs. In addition, the vulnerability assessment results can be integrated with EiQ’s SOCVue Security Monitoring service in order to correlate vulnerabilities with other security event data.

About Redhawk Network Security

Redhawk Network Security, based in Bend, Oregon, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Potawatomi Business Development Corporation, the investment arm of the Forest County Potawatomi. Redhawk protects your business and your brand specializing in network security management for the Financial, Healthcare, Government, Utilities and Indian Gaming industries throughout the United States. Since 2000, Redhawk has become a clear leader in providing comprehensive cybersecurity and consulting services with proactive expert solutions and professional management. Redhawk’s mission is to develop trusted partnerships with clients and provide them with real world solutions to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of their data.

About EiQ Networks

EiQ, a pioneer in hybrid SaaS security services, is transforming how mid-market organizations build enterprise-class security programs. Acting as an extension of our customers’ IT teams, EiQ provides continuous security operations based on best-of-breed technology at a fraction of the cost of alternative solutions. EiQ is a trusted advisor to organizations that need to improve their IT security and compliance posture and protect against cyber threats and vulnerabilities. For more information, visit: http://www.eiqnetworks.com.

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