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Arctic Wolf Leads Cybersecurity Rankings in 2022 CNBC Disruptor 50 List

We are thrilled to announce that Arctic Wolf has made the 2022 CNBC Disruptor 50 list, the company’s tenth annual ranking of the most game-changing private companies using technology to advance their industry. This list identifies fast-growing, innovative start-ups and Arctic Wolf is recognised for its revolutionary role in bringing security operations to organisations of all sizes, leading the few cybersecurity companies included on this year’s list.

Arctic Wolf is playing a disruptive role in the cybersecurity industry, with the Arctic Wolf Security Operations Cloud being the leading platform able to offer organisations a comprehensive suite of security operations capabilities that spans the cybersecurity framework. Unlike most other enterprise technology industries, there hasn’t been a ‘system of record’ in cybersecurity that would enable customers to have control and management of their sprawling cybersecurity tools. With its vendor-agnostic approach and open XDR architecture, built to ingest telemetry from a wide range of data sources, the Arctic Wolf Security Operations Cloud is that system of record.

This validation from CNBC is the latest proof point of our laser-like focus of bringing innovative new technologies to our customers. Last week, we launched Arctic Wolf Data Exploration, a new module that extends the capability of Arctic Wolf Log Search and is designed to help security teams easily find insights within their data while reducing the cost and complexity of aggregating and normalising their security telemetry. Customers can take advantage of the Arctic Wolf Concierge Security® Team to validate their findings through the module and collaborate on future event reporting needs. 

We also just announced Arctic Wolf Labs, a new innovation-driven team composed of our top threat intelligence researchers, data scientists, and security development engineers. The team will leverage artificial intelligence and advanced threat research and investigative technologies to uncover the latest TTPs and build actionable data feeds into our platform that make our customers smarter and more secure. Arctic Wolf Labs will leverage the two trillion security events that Arctic Wolf Security Operations Cloud ingests and analyses each week to build new threat detection models, conduct research on emerging threat actors, and improve the speed and scale of our current technologies. 

In the face of increasingly sophisticated threat actors and complex operating environments, businesses worldwide choose Arctic Wolf not only for our innovative technology, but as their trusted partner to defend the sanctity of their organisation. The tremendous growth of our install base has resulted in Arctic Wolf Managed Detection and Response (MDR) being named the highest grossing MDR Managed Security Service by revenue, according to Gartner’s Market Share: Managed Security Services, Worldwide, 2021 report issued in April 2022. 

At Arctic Wolf, we are constantly innovating to detect and mitigate cyber threats that are continually impacting our world. Threat actors adapt and create new ways to exploit every type of vulnerability to bypass security controls. And without 24x7 security services, organisations struggle to keep pace, so they remain exposed to cyber attacks like phishing, business email compromise, and ransomware.

Effective security operations are the key to stopping this struggle. We accept the challenge of protecting our customers every day so that we can fulfill our mission of ending cyber risk.

About the Author

Dan Larson is Arctic Wolf’s CMO, overseeing corporate marketing, brand, communications, technical marketing, demand generation, enablement, product marketing, and marketing technology. His background includes 15 years of sales, product, and marketing leadership experience, with a proven track record of building powerful technology brands by establishing best-in-class market positioning, competitive differentiation, and product messaging.

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