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Threats like APTs and software supply chain attacks take a financial and reputational toll on enterprises and are increasingly becoming centre of worry to many.
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February 08, 2021 | 12:11 PM GMT
Cloud-native network detection and response business ExtraHop has announced new data centre investments in Australia to enhance access to its cloud-native security platform, Reveal(x) 360, across the Asia Pacific region.
Reveal(x) 360 is network detection and response built to secure modern enterprises against increasingly advanced threats.
The company’s offering sensors can be deployed in cloud or on-premises environments to provide visibility, real-time threat detection, and intelligent response across multi-cloud and hybrid deployments.
With zero management overhead and an on-demand consumption model, Reveal(x) 360 scales as needed to meet organisational security requirements.
With the addition of new data centre facilities in Australia to host Reveal(x) 360 locally, ExtraHop delivers higher availability and reduced latency while ensuring that customers preserve the sovereignty of their data.
David Sajoto, ExtraHop’s vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan, said: “Organisations around the world are rethinking their approach to security as advanced threats like APTs and software supply chain attacks take a financial and reputational toll.
“At ExtraHop, we’re committed to providing our customers with the machine learning-backed detection and response capabilities that put public and private sector security teams back in the driver’s seat when it comes to protecting their organisations.
“That commitment includes investing in the markets we serve to ensure that our customers have access to high-availability, low-latency security capabilities that meet local standards for data sovereignty and protection. This investment affirms our commitment to the region and our customers.”
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