Lacework Enhances Partner Program to Better Enable Cloud Service Providers, Alliance Partners, and Channel

New Lacework Partner Program offers partners dedicated technical and marketing resources, a self-service portal to grow their cloud security business at scale

SAN JOSE, CA., February 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Lace, the data-driven security company for the cloud, today announced that it has strengthened its investment in its growing partner ecosystem with the introduction of the new Lacework Partner Program. Partners are essential to fueling the company’s continued momentum and scale, and today’s release of the new program will help simplify how they can work with Lacework to discover new revenue opportunities. Organizations of all sizes choose the Lacework Polygraph® data platform because it automatically uncovers suspicious activity in a multicloud environment, so they can detect and address the real threats and risks to their business, from the time of build to run.

The Lacework Partner Program (formerly the Lacework Accelerate Partner Program) provides channel partners with dedicated technical enablement, joint marketing resources, and a go-to-market framework through three new program levels. Partner Program Tiers determine a Partner’s access to an array of benefits, including dedicated Channel Managers, MDF Program Dollars, SPIFF eligibility, training and technical content, and more. Lacework has also established a Partner Advisory Council to ensure that the company meets the strategic needs of its partners. This flexible program allows partners to choose the right investment for their business and grow with Lacework over time.

The program also formalizes the company’s commitment to technology partners, cloud service providers and system integrators. Through technology integrations with partners, Lacework makes it easier for customers to integrate security practices deeper into the development process. It will also allow Lacework to better support customers with multi-cloud environments through partnerships with AWS and now Google Cloud, making it easier to purchase Lacework through the cloud providers’ respective marketplaces. Companies will also integrate closely into co-selling and co-building activities.

Lacework will continue to add global partners including channel partners Presidio, Trace3, EVOTEK, Tevora, Optiv, GuidePoint Security, Expel, GlobalDots and Tracer Cloud; technology partners Snowflake, New Relic, Tines and Atlassian; global technology service providers like Wipro; and cloud service providers AWS, Microsoft Azure, Red Hat and Google.

“We are thrilled to partner with Lacework as they continue to invest in their partner ecosystem,” said Jon Jensen, Vice President, Cybersecurity Sales at Presidio. “The Lacework Polygraph Data Platform provides the best cloud security tools we recommend to our customers to improve their cloud security posture, secure critical workloads, and accelerate digital transformation.”

“GlobalDots continues to pursue security innovation to support its customers in their large-scale cloud operations. We are passionate about cloud-native security solutions that protect data while enabling full exploitation of the speed and efficiency of the cloud,” said Yuval Rachlin, CEO of GlobalDots. “The Lacework Polygraph Data Platform is exactly that kind of innovation, enabling our customers to build quickly, safely, and securely. The Lacework Partner Program will make it easier for us to deliver this exciting technology to them.”

“Today’s world is powered by modern digital experiences, and the quality of those experiences depends on your engineers’ ability to take a data-driven approach to planning, building, deploying, running, and securing enterprise software. When security, application, infrastructure, and end-user performance data is scattered across disconnected monitoring tools, it can be difficult to quickly identify issues and troubleshooting can be unnecessarily complex and time-consuming “, said Brewer Buddy, GVP & GM, Product partnerships, New Relic. “By combining the power of New Relic and Lacework, organizations can spend less time researching and troubleshooting, and more time building.”

“Our customers are enthusiastically migrating to the cloud and they need a security solution that protects their data while continuing to deliver the speed and efficiency that the cloud provides,” said Siva VRS, Global Practice Head of Cloud and Infrastructure Security Practice, Wipro Limited. “The Lacework Polygraph data platform was built in the cloud, for the cloud, so customers can continue to build quickly, safely, and securely.”

“We are investing in our partner ecosystem today because we know Lacework cannot realize its full potential as the next great security company without the support of exceptional and diverse technology and channel partners,” said Andrew Byron, Chair, Lace. “The Lacework Partner Program has been painstakingly designed to give these vital partners all the tools they need to succeed so that together we can provide customers with the only data-driven cloud security platform designed specifically for the clouds.”

About lace
Lacework is the data-driven security company for the cloud. The Lacework Polygraph® data platform automates cloud security at scale so our customers can innovate quickly and securely. Only Lacework can accurately collect, analyze and correlate an organization’s data. AWSMicrosoft Azure, Google Cloud, and Kubernetes, and narrow it down to a few important security events. Customers around the world rely on Lacework to drive revenue, bring products to market faster and safer, and consolidate point security solutions into a single platform. Founded in 2015 and based in San Jose, California.Lacework is backed by leading investors such as Sutter Hill Ventures, Altimeter Capital, D1 Capital Partners, Tiger Global Management, Counterpoint Global (Morgan Stanley), Franklin Templeton, Durable Capital, GV, General Catalyst, XN, Coatue, Dragoneer, Liberty Global Ventures, and Snowflake Ventures, among others. Get started at www.lacework.com.

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Ryan H. Bowman