SINGAPORE---IronNet, Inc. (NYSE:IRNT), an innovative leader transforming cybersecurity through Collective Defense, has been named winner of the prestigious 2021 CybersecAsia Readers’ Choice Award in the Network Monitoring & Observability category. The award recognizes cybersecurity leaders in APAC for their critical roles played and advances and innovations made over the last two years.
IronNet defends enterprises, sectors, and nations against sophisticated cyber attacks and highly organized cyber adversaries. The company’s Collective Defense platform comprises IronDefense and IronDome solutions: IronDefense offers advanced behavioural and pattern-based network detection and response (NDR) capabilities to protect against known and unknown cyber threats, while IronDome provides real-time, collective threat intelligence sharing amongst community members.
The platform provides unparalleled visibility for organizations to see the broad attack surface, and automatically identifies, filters, prioritises, and correlates alerts across participants’ enterprise networks. This advanced early warning system allows organizations to rapidly detect and mitigate even the most sophisticated attacks.
“We are honoured to receive this award and that our customers and peers recognize our efforts to increase security and resilience for the region’s enterprises,” said Gaurav Chhiber, IronNet’s Vice President for APAC and Japan. “Cybercrime is now an organized and sophisticated industry — a threat enterprises can’t counter with traditional practices, tools, and techniques. Defending in isolation no longer works, so IronNet is proud to be acknowledged for our Collective Defense approach and network defense technology that enables a mindshift in the way we think about cybersecurity.”
Victor Ng, Editor-in-Chief of CybersecAsia, also remarked on IronNet’s accomplishment: “IronNet’s IronDefense is probably the most advanced network detection and response platform built to stop sophisticated cyber-threats.” Ng added: “As cyber-attacks are evolving faster than most organizations can manage alone, IronDome – the automated Collective Defense solution from IronNet – allows organizations to collaborate across industries through real-time threat sharing and delivers collective threat intelligence at machine speed for IronDefense to perform even better at ‘Network Monitoring and Observability’. Congratulations to IronNet for winning in this important category!”
About IronNet, Inc.
Founded in 2014 by GEN (Ret.) Keith Alexander, IronNet, Inc. (NYSE: IRNT) is a global cybersecurity leader that is transforming how organizations secure their networks by delivering the first-ever Collective Defense platform operating at scale. Employing a number of former NSA cybersecurity operators with offensive and defensive cyber experience, IronNet integrates deep tradecraft knowledge into its industry-leading products to solve the most challenging cyber problems facing the world today.
About CybersecAsia Readers’ Choice Awards
The 2nd CybersecAsia Awards recognizes Asia Pacific’s leaders in cybersecurity for the critical roles played and the huge advances and innovations made over the last two years. With the onslaught of COVID-19 and the rise of the digital economy, users are accessing business applications, corporate networks and sensitive data ‘anytime, anywhere’. The increasingly broader threat surface brought on by remote working, cloud computing and the explosive growth of data has been a major challenge for organizations across all industry sectors in Asia Pacific. The 2021 CybersecAsia Readers’ Choice Awards marks another inflection point for the region, as government bodies, solution providers and end-user organizations collaborate to mitigate the risks brought about by increasingly sophisticated cyber-threats, financially motivated cybercriminals, state-sponsored bad actors, and intentional or unintentional internal threats.
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