San Mateo, California – February 11, 2015 – AlienVault™, the leading provider of Unified Security Management™ solutions and crowd-sourced threat intelligence, today announced it ended 2014 with unprecedented momentum. The company closed out the year with more than 65 percent year-over-year sales growth and increased its install base to over 1,500 commercial customers. AlienVault’s new customer wins came from a broad range of industries around the globe, ranging from mid-sized companies, regional banks, retail, healthcare organizations and universities to large government agencies such as Columbia University, Highline College, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Save Mart, New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority (NYS ORDA) and the State of Wyoming.
AlienVault attributes its 2014 momentum to increased deployments of its Unified Security Management (USM) platform, a comprehensive and affordable threat detection and incident response solution, which leverages the AlienVault Open Threat Exchange™ (OTX), the world’s largest crowd-sourced threat intelligence network. In January 2014, AlienVault integrated OTX into Spiceworks, giving millions of IT professionals access to the real-time global threat data they need to defend against threats to their networks.
“With the increasing sophistication and frequency of today’s data breaches and the corresponding financial impact on a company’s business operations, it is apparent that threat detection and response is no longer a luxury but a must-have for any organization,” said Barmak Meftah, president and CEO of AlienVault. “The security concerns of all organizations are the same - quickly detect and mitigate the impact of a breach. However most organizations do not have the means – financial, people or technology – to effectively defend their environment. AlienVault uniquely addresses this challenge by delivering an affordable, pre-integrated platform that combines all the essential security capabilities with actionable security intelligence and correlations from our research team and OTX, enabling organizations to effectively detect and deflect targeted attacks in a timely manner.”
“The growth we saw in 2014 is further evidence of the accelerating demand for a different and proven solution that enables organizations of all types and sizes to quickly detect and mitigate the impact of a breach,” continued Meftah.