With New Funding, Exabeam Plans to Be the ‘Splunk Killer’


usage history,” Plumis said. “Customers are able to see abnormal user activity in an easy-to-understand timeline and then take action quickly and effectively.”

Exabeam has been a 100 percent channel company from its founding, and built its go-to-market engine with partners in mind, he said.

“We have also focused on a core group of security experts to partner with,” Plumis said. “Our partners have been dealing with frustrated SIEM customers for a long time; long and complex deployments, lack of expertise to manage the solution, pricing models that penalize you for bringing in all the data feeds you need, and the frustrations with trying to solve sophisticated and persistent attacks with outdated correlation rules. We have seen with the growth we have experienced over the last 36 months that our channel partners are leading with Exabeam, and we expect this to only expand.”

“As a longtime investor in the cybersecurity space, I’ve always been excited about Exabeam’s approach and potential to deliver the next generation of security tech,” said Theresia Gouw, Aspect Ventures co-founder. “It’s clear from the large increase in replacement wins with customers like ADP, Hulu, Safeway, Union Bank that Exabeam is consistently delivering industry-leading technology to the most demanding enterprises and government organizations in the world.”

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