The program draws together incident response, threat intelligence, and forensic and malware tools.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

June 23, 2020

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QuoLab Technologies hopes to expand its global customer base by introducing its first channel program. The program gives partners access to the QuoLab security platform.

The QuoLab Partner Program (QPP) offers partners a common, unified workspace. There, analysts, researchers and incident response specialists join together to curtail cyberattacks.

QuoLab has strategic integrations with partners such as Intel 471 and Binary Ninja, and delivers increased market exposure for partners and their customers.

Dan Young is QuoLab Technologies’ co-founder and CEO. He said information-sharing better protects an organization’s network, but there are barriers to streamlined sharing, leaving businesses to fend for themselves.


QuoLab’s Dan Young

“QuoLab’s partner program will push data exchange and collaboration, delivering partners a way to make swift data collection analysis and decision-making a reality by utilizing strengths of other partners in the network,” he said. “This program is designed for organizations who are seeking innovative ways to collaborate and better protect data.”

Partner Program Details

The program draws together incident response, threat intelligence, and forensic and malware tools to support information sharing. Additionally, partners will develop shared sales targets where complementary products offer customers maximum impact.

“When partners get access to our security operations platform, they receive live data feeds and up-to-date intelligence immediately,” Young said. “This saves them time and resources that empower them to do more right away without having to worry about setups.”

QuoLab’s security operations platform is vendor agnostic and adapts to many other solutions. It fosters collaboration between teams, where previously it was hard to find.

Technical support is available during the platform integration process through human training and programming solutions. What’s more, out-of-the-box live data feeds and up-to-date intelligence allow partners and customers to start using the platform right away.

“For us, this program is one of the steps we’re taking to extend our reach around the world, while strengthening collaboration and intelligence sharing, which is something we are striving to see in the industry,” Young said.

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About the Author(s)

Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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