Cohesity expands marketplace with integrations, empowering organisations to better manage their data and protect it from cyber attacks - The EE

Cohesity expands marketplace with integrations, empowering organisations to better manage their data and protect it from cyber attacks

London, United Kingdom. 18 May, 2022 Cohesity, a next gen data management, announced that as more companies are looking for simple and effective ways to do more with data, Cohesity is expanding its marketplace to not only include apps but integrations with brands that companies often rely on daily.

By unifying all integrations and featuring them in the Cohesity marketplace, customers can explore and find solutions they need for their evolving data management and protection needs in one place. These solutions can help customers advance security, extend the value of the Cohesity next gen data management platform, and address data management challenges. 

“As the volume and value of data skyrockets for organisations of all shapes and sizes, the vulnerability of this data increases as well. It’s critical that business leaders tear down their data silos and embrace integrated solutions to bolster cybersecurity, improve operational productivity, and derive richer intelligence from their data,” says Kirk Law, senior vice president, research and development, Cohesity. ” Delivering extensibility while maintaining simplicity is core to Cohesity’s next-gen data management approach, and this significant expansion of our Marketplace takes us into the next phase of that ambitious vision.” 

“Next-generation data management means thinking about data management as a whole and moving away from a collection of siloed point solutions to a platform approach,” says Enrico Signoretti, senior data storage analyst, GigaOM. “For example, Cohesity provides an extensible platform so customers can leverage apps and integrations available in their marketplace, thereby consolidating solutions and providing access to 3rd party innovations to meet evolving needs. 

Kirk Law

Cohesity is providing access to a variety of  integrations out of the gate, making it even easier for security and IT teams to work together:

  • Cisco secureX: Automatically sends Cohesity ransomware alerts directly to Cisco SecureX, where they can be logged, investigated, and acted upon as security incidents with the combined investigative and response capabilities of the customer’s connected security stack.
  • Palo Alto Networks Cortex XSOAR: The integration of Cohesity and Palo Alto Networks comprehensive security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) platform automates incident response when anomalies in backup data could indicate a ransomware attack. 
  • Entrust:  Provides a secure way to control enterprise wide access to the critical data that drives organisations. In coordination with Cohesity’s data management and encryption capabilities, the Entrust KeyControl solution helps ensure encryption keys are managed across their lifecycle, data is secured, and restored in the event of a breach attempt or a ransomware attack.
  • Fortanix: Fortanix data security manager (DSM) secures sensitive data across public, hybrid, multi cloud and private cloud environments, enabling customers to operate even the most sensitive applications across a wide array of environments. Cohesity is designed to encrypt backup data and Fortanix manages the keys, creating separation of duty. 
  • Parablu: BluVault on premises backup is a powerful data backup solution designed to safeguard endpoint data with on premises storage. Parablu endpoint backup for laptops and mobile devices stores backup files on Cohesity, allowing organisations to restore endpoint data from Cohesity backups.

“We are excited to see Fortanix’s industry leading Data Security Manager (DSM) platform featuring FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified HSM and key management on the Cohesity Marketplace,” says Faiyaz Shahpurwala, chief product and strategy officer, Fortanix. By combining our integrated, easy to use, encrypted key management solutions with Cohesity’s next-gen data management platform for data protection, recovery, and threat detection, customers can not only improve their security posture, but also help ensure compliance with regulations like Shrems II and GDPR.”

“Cyber integration with data resilience has become job #1 for organisations around the world. We are excited to be featured on Cohesity’s Marketplace for endpoint data security,” says Randy De Meno, chief strategy officer, Parablu. “Combining the advanced data management, protection and recovery capabilities of the Cohesity next-gen data management platform with our endpoint data protection solutions goes a long way to strengthening the cyber resilience of our joint customers while enabling partners to assist in modernising their customers data strategy.”

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