Press Release – updated: Oct 14, 2020 12:00 EDT
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., October 14, 2020 (Newswire.com) – “CybrHawk”, the Company, which operates the world’s most advanced enterprise cybersecurity threat intelligence tools, was named the winner of Threat Detection platform of the year award 2020.
CybrHawk’s unique XDR platform provides full cycle detection, investigation and response across endpoints, servers, network, cloud workloads and enterprise SaaS Products. Connecting all security systems into a single platform provides great visibility, unprecedented threat detection perspective, and also establishes great context for proactive threat hunting and rapid incident response. The platform correlates security events across all sources, and applies advanced machine learning to detect sophisticated threats and provide insights over the entire enterprise’s digital footprint.
Our mission is to provide end-to-end analytics solutions for customers to rapidly identify and respond to advanced threats,” said Jacob Thankachen, CEO & Co-founder at CybrHawk. We are thrilled and excited by the award recognition as the best SIEM & Threat Detection Platform for 2020.
The annual CyberSecurity Breakthrough Awards program aims to perform the most comprehensive evaluation of cybersecurity companies and solutions in the market today, honouring excellence and recognizing innovation, hard work, and success in a range of information security and leadership categories. This year’s program attracted more than 3,700 nominations from all over the world.
CybrHawk is a leading provider of information, security-driven risk intelligence solutions focused solely on protecting clients from cyberattacks. We also pioneered an integrated approach that provides a wide range of cybersecurity solutions for organizations of varying size and complexity. Our solutions enable organizations to define their cyber defences to prevent security breaches, detect real-time malicious activity, prioritize and respond quickly to security breaches, and predict emerging threats.