Paladion Wins Best Managed Detection and Response Service Provider Award

2018 edition of key Middle East security awards acclaims Paladion's AI-driven Managed Detection and Response Service (MDR) as an industry-leading solution

Paladion Wins Best Managed Detection and Response Service Provider Award

Dubai, UAE:  Paladion, a global leader in Managed Detection and Response, today announced that it has been honoured with the ‘Best Managed Detection and Response Service Provider Award’ at the 2018 Future Security Awards ceremony. The event was attended by 200 industry leaders, and awards made to a select group of 20 organisations and IT security leaders for their accomplishments.

Future Security Awards organised by recognises the top security minds and projects in the Middle East region whose technologies, products or solutions are considered most apt for meeting the requirements of the digital age. Prowess and leadership in building the foundation of a digital future with security innovation are key criteria. Winners in the 2018 Future Security Awards were chosen by a panel of esteemed judges who evaluated nominations from across the region to agree on the candidates with the greatest merit.

Amit Roy, Executive Vice President and Regional Head for EMEA for Paladion, said, “Being judged as the Best Managed Detection and Response Service Provider in the region by a panel of independent judges is a great honour for us.”

He said, “This award is also the recognition of our sustained efforts in the region to introduce strategic best-in-class technologies. This year, we became the first MDR services company to invest in artificial intelligence (AI), opening the region’s first AI-driven MDR command centre that enabled us to reduce substantially attacker dwell time and remediation time for several of our Middle East customers.”

“I would like to extend my gratitude to all our customers and each member of our team. Without their support, this award would not have been possible,” concluded Roy.

About Paladion 

Paladion is a global cyber defence company that provides Managed Detection and Response Services, DevOps Security, Cyber Forensics, Incident Response, and more by tightly bundling its AI platform AI.saac  and advanced managed security services. Paladion is consistently rated and recognised by leading independent analyst firms, having received awards from Frost & Sullivan, Asian Banker, and Red Herring, amongst others. For 18 years, Paladion has been actively managing cyber risk for over 700 customers from its 5 AI-Driven security operations centres (SOCs) placed across the globe.

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