Securonix: Part of World Economic Forum’s Unicorn Club

January 15, 2024
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TLDR:

  • Securonix has joined the World Economic Forum’s Unicorn community, a group comprising leading high-growth companies valued at over $1 billion.
  • As a member of the Unicorn community, Securonix will work with the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Cybersecurity to address cybersecurity challenges and drive global action in the sector.
  • The company will provide insights and guidance to reinforce the importance of cybersecurity as a strategic business imperative.

Securonix, a leader in Unified Defense SIEM, has become a member of the World Economic Forum’s Unicorn community, a group of elite high-growth companies valued at over $1 billion. As part of the Unicorn community, Securonix will engage with the World Economic Forum’s Centre for Cybersecurity and contribute unique insights and guidance to reinforce the importance of cybersecurity as a strategic business imperative. The company will also help drive global public-private action to address systemic cybersecurity challenges. The World Economic Forum is an international organization that engages political, business, and cultural leaders to shape global, regional, and industry agendas.

Securonix’s CEO, Nayaki Nayyar, expressed pride in being selected to join the Unicorn community and work with the Centre for Cybersecurity. He highlighted the shared vision between Securonix and the Centre for the future of cybersecurity, including prioritizing cyber resilience, strengthening global cooperation, and navigating emerging cyber frontiers. Securonix’s platform is purpose-built to defend enterprises against advanced threats in complex hybrid environments. The company offers a Unified Defense SIEM solution that provides organizations with 365 days of searchable data and integrates generative AI capabilities. Nayyar will moderate a panel at the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting in Davos to discuss the quantum revolution’s implications for digital security. The National Institute of Standards and Technology expects that quantum computers will beat the most widely adopted encryption standards by 2029.

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