sb-nz logo
Story image

DXC Connect named ExtraHop’s 2019 Breakthrough Partner

07 Oct 2019

DXC Connect, an integrated practice of DXC Technology, has been awarded ExtraHop’s Breakthrough Partner of the Year for Asia Pacific in 2019. 

The announcement was made during the ExtraHop Asia Pacific partner summit held in Phuket, Thailand, which was attended by partner companies across 10 countries around the region.

DXC Connect has built out a major service offering focused on the ExtraHop suite of cloud-native network detection and response (NDR) solutions. 

The company has 15 trained engineers and has seen robust sales growth among enterprises for ExtraHop Reveal(x), which provides deep and continuous visibility, enabling organisations to analyse every transaction, detect threats, and respond to attacks to gain control over their threat attack surface and protect their investment in the cloud.

A release from DXC Connect says the company’s members are thrilled to have been awarded ExtraHops Asia Pacific Breakthrough Partner of the Year, a testament to investment in training, people, IP, and innovation. 

“Ultimately, it is our customers who gain a distinct advantage when we leverage breakthrough security solutions that provide coverage in three key areas: visibility, detection, and investigation,” says DXC Connect director Rob Kohler.

“DXC Connects expertise in digital transformation consulting and their professional experience of deploying robust cybersecurity solutions when combined with the ExtraHop portfolio is a winning combination for our customers who are seeking complete visibility inside the perimeter and across the hybrid attack surface,” says ExtraHop global channels vice president Mark Fitzmaurice. 

“We are excited to be working with DXC Connect as a strategic and invested member of our Panorama Partner Program.”

Highlights of the ExtraHop Asia Pacific partner summit included keynote sales and technology strategy presentations provided by both global and regional ExtraHop executives, including Bryce Hein, Senior Vice President of Marketing, Mark Fitzmaurice, Vice President of Global Channels, and Albert Kuo, Vice President Asia Pacific.

The event also provided an opportunity for ExtraHop to update partners on training, certification and advise on go-to-market strategies. 

A gala dinner was held to celebrate the past year's achievements and to acknowledge the contribution made to the ExtraHop business from regional partners.

ExtraHop is a provider of cloud-native network detection and response for the hybrid enterprise. 

With complete visibility, real-time threat detections, and automated investigation powered by cloud-scale machine learning, ExtraHop enables security teams at leading enterprises to rise above the noise of alerts, organisational silos, and runaway technology in order to accelerate investigations, unify policies across hybrid environments, and build their security the way they're building their business: cloud-first.

Story image
Kaseya announces unified RMM solution
The new unified remote monitoring and management solution is a major component of Kaseya VSA.More
Story image
LogRhythm buys out MistNet to bolster analytics capabilities
LogRhythm says its aim is to bring stronger levels of machine learning-based detection and response.More
Story image
Check Point exposes Android malware vendor using dark net to rebrand products
Check Point security researchers have exposed an Android malware vendor using a marketer on the dark net to rebrand its products, with the intention of supercharging business and throwing off security vendors. More
Story image
As digital transformation grows in A/NZ companies, misconceptions about their role in cloud security abound
While an 81% majority of A/NZ organisations are accelerating their digital transformation, a giant 99% of surveyed respondents say they believe their cloud security provider provides enough protection, according to a Trend Micro study. More
Story image
IronNet expands Asia Pacific presence with new strategic partnership
“The combination of M.Tech’s extensive network in Asia Pacific and our unparalleled expertise in threat intelligence and detection will help more enterprises across the region to proactively identify and take down known and unknown threats before they happen.”More
Story image
22 billion records exposed from breaches in 2020 — report
The research also found that 35% of the breaches recorded by Tenable were caused by ransomware attacks, while 14% of breaches stemmed from email compromises.More