Cybersecurity distributor e92plus has unveiled a new partnership with QOMPLX to develop its technology portfolio with what it bills as a "leader" in ITDR.
Founded in 2015 QOMPLX has an office in London and works out of Virginia, US with its North America HQ.
Identity data is increasingly the target for many high profile and widespread attacks and ransomware breaches.
The Surbiton-HQ distributor claims QOMPLX directly addresses this risk, and focuses on protecting identity as a critical part of cybersecurity defences.
The market is now rapidly following this approach, e92plus added, with Gartner creating the ITDR discipline as a way to address the gaps that traditional security solutions are leaving open for attackers, along with listing identity system defence as a key trend in 2022.
This, in the distributor's view, establishes ITDR as a major new solution focus for enterprise organisations, and represents a significant opportunity for VARs and MSSPs to expand their cybersecurity solution offerings.
"We increasingly view identity as a critical part of cybersecurity strategy, but so often it's a lower priority than more topical solutions like XDR," said e92plus co-founder and CEO, Mukesh Gupta.
"We see huge potential for our partners to address the ITDR market with a dedicated solution that PAM or MFA vendors do not address, especially one that focuses on protecting systems such as Active Directory (AD) that are fundamental part of how an organisation manages identities and privileges for their users".
Jason Kirkland, VP of channel alliances at QOMPLX, added: "As cyber threats and attacks evolve, we are proud to partner with e92plus as a distributor in the UK for QOMPLX security offerings.
"The exceptional reach of e92plus combined with QOMPLX identity focused cybersecurity capabilities allow both parties to better serve the UK market and to keep enterprises more secure."
QOMPLX harnesses data to provide unified visibility into cyber risks and trust in identity. QOMPLX solutions reduce cyber risk and attack surfaces by mapping exposures and performing real-time detection of attacks. This approach increases network observability by closing the largest remaining gaps in cybersecurity: identity verification, cross-tool data fusion, and data interoperability. QOMPLX defends some of the world's most renowned brands by re-establishing trust for client organizations, assuring authentication, and enabling confident security decisions.