Our Partners

Companies with our seal of approval

Infigo IS delivers our partners' solutions for more than a decade; some of them are with us from our beginning, some are of a later date. But no matter how long our relationship is, we deliver all solutions with proven methodologies, professional procedures, and an ever-increasing number of relevant certificates in our solutions delivery team.

More so, Infigo IS uses many of the solutions it implements – it would be highly unprofessional of us to recommend something we alone are not ready to use. That is why we pick our partners carefully. Their products have to bring value to our customers, be mature and robust, and, more than anything, boost security to another level.

Who are our partners?

  • CrowdStrike was founded in 2011 and launched its first product in 2013. Today it provides endpoint security, threat intelligence, and cyberattack response services; its products and services can be found in 44 out of 100 Fortune 100 companies.
    Infigo IS delivers its endpoint detection and response solution.

  • Digital Guardian was founded in 2003, and today is known for its data loss prevention (DLP) and endpoint detection & response software. It provides software at the end-user level, corporate networks, servers, databases, and the cloud – it is considered the leader in the DLP market.
    Infigo IS delivers its full range of solutions.

  • Exabeam was founded in 2013, and today is known for helping security teams outsmart the odds by adding intelligence to existing security tools. Behavioral analytics allows analysts to detect compromised and malicious users that were previously hard to find.
    Infigo IS delivers its UEBA (User and Entity Behavior Analytics) and SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) solutions.

  • Forcepoint was founded in 1994 and was known by the name Websense. After a series of high-profile acquisitions (most notably from Raytheon) it has settled on the name Forcepoint in 2016. Today it is known for its user and data protection software, and cloud, network, and cross domain-security.
    Infigo IS delivers its DLP (Data Loss Prevention) solutions.

  • IBM was founded in 1911 under the name CTR and changed its name to International Business Machines in 1924. Big Blue, as it is nicknamed, is one of the most famous computer technology and IT consulting corporations in the world, and one of the world's largest employers. In short, IBM is the stuff of legends!
    Infigo IS delivers its security access management (IBM Security Access Manager).

  • Nagios had its initial release in 2002 under the name NetSaint. Today it is mostly famous for its free and open-source part, Nagios Core, that monitors systems, networks and infrastructure.
    Infigo IS delivers Nagios XI, an extended interface of Nagios Core, positioned as the enterprise-level version. It is a comprehensive application, service, and network monitoring in a central solution.

  • Qualys was founded in 1999 and was one of the first companies on the market to deliver vulnerability management solutions as applications through the web (what we today call Saas). Qualys is one of the founding members of the Cloud Security Alliance; more than 70 percent of Forbes Global 50 rely on Qualys.
    Infigo IS delivers its whole portfolio, from vulnerability management onwards.

  • Rapid7 was founded in 2000, and today is a provider of security data and analytics solution that enables an active approach to cybersecurity. Rapid7's solutions are used by more than 2500 enterprises and government agencies in more than 65 countries, while the company's free products are downloaded more than one million times per year.
    Infigo IS delivers its whole portfolio, from vulnerability management onwards.

  • Splunk was founded in 2003, and today is known as one of the biggest names in big data and IT security. Our oldest partner and our platform of choice – Infigo IS is Splunk Elite Authorized Reseller, Splunk Security Specialized Partner, Splunk IT OPS and APP Specialized Partner, and Splunk Professional Services Practice Partner.
    Infigo IS delivers Splunk Enterprise, Splunk IT Service Intelligence, Splunk Enterprise Security, Splunk Phantom, and Splunk UBA.

  • VMware Carbon Black was founded in 2002 as Bit9. In 2016 it changed its name to Bit9 + Carbon Black, and again in 2018 to just Carbon Black. In 2019 it was acquired by VMware. Among other things, it is famous for its cloud-native endpoint security. Approximately one-third of the Fortune 100 companies use Carbon Black.
    Infigo IS delivers Carbon Black App Control, and Carbon Black EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response).

We work with only the best