Company Recognized for Innovation in the Advanced Persistent Threat Category in Annual Awards Program
XM Cyber, founded by top executives from Israel’s cyber intelligence community and provider of the first fully automated APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) simulation and remediation platform, today announced that it has been selected as the winner of the “Overall APT Solution Provider of the Year” award from CyberSecurity Breakthrough, an independent organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global information security market today.
“We strongly believe that a preventive and proactive approach to cybersecurity should be at the forefront of all organizations’ information security strategy, but we realize that this can be difficult when organizations are responding and reacting to the daily onslaught of potential threats,” said James Johnson, managing director, CyberSecurity Breakthrough. “XM Cyber’s unique, fully automated APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) simulation platform is a clear way for these organizations to employ that proactive security strategy, and we are delighted to recognize XM Cyber as one of our select 2018 CyberSecurity Breakthrough Award winners.”
The mission of the CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards is to honor excellence and recognize the innovation, hard work and success in a range of information security categories, including Cloud Security, Threat Detection, Risk Management, Fraud Prevention, Mobile Security, Email Security and many more. This year’s program attracted more than 3,000 nominations from over 14 different countries throughout the world.
“We are truly honored and thrilled to be acknowledged as the Overall APT Solution Provider of the Year by the Cyberseucurity Breakthrough ,” said XM Cyber co-founder and CEO Noam Erez. “It reinforces the role our technology plays in the cyber ecosystem and its impact on organizations’ security. This prestigious recognition, combined with field-proven results, highlights the relevance of an ‘Automated Purple Team’ and its ability to continuously expose hidden attack vectors to critical assets while providing prioritized remediation.”