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Over 90 Custom Apps Now ON IBM Security App Exchange

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The IBM Security App Exchange has now grown to over 90 custom applications from IBM and Business Partners.

Over 30,000 apps, content packs and tools have been downloaded since the launch of the App Exchange, allowing users to extend the capabilities of IBM’s Security technologies with custom apps and integrations.

Launched in December 2015, the IBM Security App Exchange is a community marketplace for customers, Business Partners and other developers to build and share applications which build upon and integrate with IBM Security products.

The IBM Security App Exchange has been populated with new applications from more than 30 Business Partners, including Trend Micro, Recorded Future, BluVector and Ziften.

Through this collaboration, customers now have access to new solutions which can help them streamline their security operations, potentially saving valuable resources and allowing their security teams to remain focused on the latest threats rather than technology management and integration.

Combining these partner applications with innovative new security apps developed within IBM Security, the App Exchange is now home to 92 applications which extend across the IBM Security portfolio, including IBM QRadar security intelligence platform,BigFix endpoint management, Guardium data protection, MaaS360 mobile device management, Resilient incident response platform, and IBM’s open source threat intelligence platform, X-Force Exchange.

“As threats are evolving faster than ever, collaborative development amongst the security community will help organizations adapt quickly and speed innovation in the fight against cybercrime,” said Sandeep Mukherjee, Marketing Manager, IBM Security. “The rapid growth of the IBM Security App Exchange shows the value that this collaboration is providing to partners and customers.”

You can visit the IBM Security App Exchange here.

Written by turbotodd

April 20, 2017 at 8:47 am

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