Active Cyber Adds Cribl to Their Arsenal of Software Partners to Help Customers on Their Observability and Digital Transformation Journeys

DALLASMay 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Active Cyber is expanding their current Cybersecurity practice by partnering with Cribl, a leader in enabling open observability. This new collaboration is the latest addition to Active Cyber’s roster of extraordinary partners in cybersecurity including Okta, Seczetta, Lacework and Microsoft. The partnership with Cribl further bolsters Active Cyber’s effort to support customers looking for innovative data management and security solutions. 

With data volumes growing larger every year in nearly every industry, companies continually need to onboard and analyze new sources of data to uncover critical insights to scale like competitive advantages, operational efficiencies, and improving the security posture of the organization. Cribl’s flagship product, Cribl Stream, is a vendor-agnostic observability pipeline that helps users process machine data in real time and deliver it to the analysis platforms of choice. Stream sits between the sources and destinations of observability data and allows users to route, filter, enrich, and redact data.

Founded in 2017, Cribl offers an observability suite that allows security and IT practitioners to explore data and uncover insights from decentralized applications, servers, network devices, and cybersecurity tools. This gives operations and security teams unprecedented visibility into what’s happening in increasingly complex infrastructure and cybersecurity environments. Their clients include TransUnion, NASA, JPL, Shutterfly and Autodesk. Cribl is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

As more companies inevitably embark on their digital transformation journeys with the assistance and support of Active Cyber and their team of experts, Cribl’s revolutionary observability suite enables customers to have greater choice and control over their growing data footprint.

“Cribl just makes sense for our customers,” adds Kishore Vankayalapati, Cybersecurity & Identity Practice Lead at Active Cyber. “We not only want to help companies transform but also reduce costs and optimize their data operations for scalability and the long-term. We are very excited to partner with Cribl to provide our clients a next-generation observability suite.”

“Enterprises today face an incredible set of challenges including digital transformation mandates, a deluge of data, sophisticated cyber attacks, and ongoing skills shortages,” said Zachary Kilpatrick, Vice President of Global Channels at Cribl. “We’re proud to work with Active Cyber to help customers not only overcome those challenges, but thrive, by unlocking the power of observability data to better understand business applications, improve the capabilities of advanced security analytics, and improve end user experiences.”

Active Cyber is recognized as a leading cloud consultancy firm and Platinum Implementation Partner for both Okta and Workday Adaptive Planning and is trusted by leading brands including Hulu, FOX, Nasdaq, and Circle K. Their award-winning portfolio of Cybersecurity, Financial Planning, Enterprise Planning and Data & Analytics partners provides world-class advisory services to instill best practices and leading-edge transformation.

To kick off the partnership, Active Cyber and Cribl will host a two-part webinar series “Why Cribl? Why Now?” including these topics: The Power of Stream (May 17), Cribl, Technical Talk and Use Cases (May 24).

If you’re a Cybersecurity architect, a SIEM consultant, an engineer or anyone in the cyber and data management industry who wants to take the reins on big data, you’ll want to join in. Learn more about the webinar series here and register now.

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SecZetta And Active Cyber Announce Partnership to Help Organizations Increase Cyber Resilience Through Third-party Identity Risk Management

Authoritative source of identity data key to implementing zero-trust approach to identity


Fall River, MA. & Dallas, TX. May 17, 2022 – SecZetta, a leading provider of third-party identity risk solutions, today announced a new partnership with Active Cyber, a leading cloud consultancy, specializing in the implementation of Cloud-based Identity & Access Management (IAM) solutions. Active Cyber will resell the SecZetta Third-Party Identity Risk solution and provide consulting and implementation services to organizations seeking to implement a complete, zero-trust solution to their third-party non-employee challenges.

Organizations in almost every vertical industry are relying on growing and increasingly diverse numbers of third parties to provide the elasticity they need to quickly and cost-effectively respond to operational needs.  However, most organizations have no way to centrally track and manage their relationships with this ever-increasing number of non-employees or the access to enterprise assets they require. SecZetta closes a technology gap in third-party identity governance, providing third-party identity risk solutions that are easy to use and purpose-built to help organizations execute risk-based identity access and lifecycle strategies for third-party non-employee populations and provides the most value when used in conjunction with industry leading IGA solutions like Okta and SailPoint. Active Cyber delivers value throughout the sales and delivery process by consulting with and advising customers around a complete, zero-trust solution to their third-party challenges – one that includes SecZetta alongside these other industry-leading identity solutions.

“Organizations are investing heavily in cybersecurity programs to make them more resilient against cyber-incidents and enable them to detect attacks in a shorter timeframe to minimize the costs associated with breaches,” said Kishore Vankayalapati, CIAM Practice Leader, Active Cyber. “Not surprisingly, one area that’s gaining increased focus is third-party identity risk management, considering some notable breaches in the recent past used third-party partners as an entry point. The SecZetta solution enables organizations to manage non-employee identities throughout their lifecycle and provides a single source of truth with seamless integration into enterprise identity & access management systems such as Okta and SailPoint. We are very excited to partner with SecZetta to help our clients optimize and automate their third-party identity governance processes, improving their risk postures and increasing operational efficiencies.”

“Active Cyber’s expertise uniquely positions them to advise clients around a true zero-trust approach to identity, ensuring both internal and external workforce needs are met with respect to trusted, authoritative identity data that is essential for end-to-end identity governance,” said Jeremy Rohrs, SVP, global channel, alliances and corporate development, SecZetta. “Non-employee identity governance is critical to limiting the attack surface of organizations relying on third-party services. We look forward to collaborating with Active Cyber to empower customers to maximize their use of third-party resources to support their business needs by managing the identity lifecycle and risk of third-party users and strengthening their resilience to identity-related cyber incidents.”

About Active Cyber

Active Cyber is a rapid growth cloud consultancy partnered with the top technology leaders to address the most demanding challenges organizations face today. We accomplish excellence with our award-winning portfolio of Cybersecurity, Enterprise Planning and Data & Analytics partners.  At our core, we provide advisory and first-class professional services to ingrain best practices, continuous adoption and leading-edge transformation. Our proven engagement models yield high time-to-value and nurture growth for our customers through innovation. For more information about Active Cyber, visit


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