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CounterTack Joins Amazon Web Services Partner Network to Provide Customers More Flexibility in Deploying CounterTack Sentinel

Strengthens CounterTack's Partner Ecosystem and Adds Delivery Flexibility for Customers of Its Real-Time Endpoint Threat Detection & Response Platform, CounterTack Sentinel

WALTHAM, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/01/14 -- CounterTack, a pioneer in delivering real-time endpoint threat detection, context and visibility around targeted attacks, today announced it is has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network.

As a member, CounterTack will leverage Amazon's robust Big Data infrastructure and distribution capability for its technology for customers, as a cost-effective delivery option of its leading real-time endpoint threat detection and response platform, CounterTack Sentinel. CounterTack has selected Amazon based on its broad infrastructure and enterprise-class private cloud management so customers can deploy CounterTack Sentinel more quickly and cost-effectively.

With nearly 8,000 members worldwide, Amazon's APN is the global partner program for AWS. Its purpose is to help companies build successful businesses by providing its partners with business, technical, marketing and go-to market support. CounterTack will leverage Amazon's partner network and global reach as another global distribution channel.

"We're excited to join the Amazon Web Services Partner Network because it will help CounterTack facilitate deployments quickly and enable ease of use in customer adoption," said Avi Legmann, senior vice president of business development, CounterTack. "Additionally, we hope to tap the broad AWS network to showcase CounterTack technology to more sophisticated buyers who are looking for solutions that provide advanced threat detection and real-time forensic-level analysis to defend against persistent attackers."

As an APN partner providing an AWS delivery method, CounterTack can now offer its customers additional options for deploying CounterTack Sentinel, a real-time endpoint threat detection and response platform, particularly to those companies who wish to quickly deploy CounterTack Sentinel to monitor targeted groups of endpoints, to deploy in real-time to enterprise systems where attacks are currently unfolding to verify compromises quickly or to monitor potentially malicious insiders and analyze behavioral activity.

About CounterTack
CounterTack's real-time endpoint threat detection and response platform, Sentinel, delivers unprecedented visibility and context to enterprise security teams around targeted, persistent threats. CounterTack dramatically reduces the impact of advanced attacks, providing real-time, behavioral-based intelligence on attacker activity upon infiltration, so organizations can defend their business leveraging Sentinel's contextual attack evidence for a rapid, prioritized response.

By combining 'stealthware' technology and Big Data analytics, CounterTack turns the tables on attackers, giving security teams and incident responders an advantage over their adversaries to make better security decisions with real-time, automated, forensic-level analysis. CounterTack is revolutionizing how companies defend their endpoints -- across the enterprise. To learn more, visit www.CounterTack.com.

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