We’re excited to welcome Arctic Wolf as our newest member. To tell us more about the organization, we spoke to Danielle Schoen, Account Executive for Arctic Wolf.
What is the Mission of Arctic Wolf?
Our Mission is to End Cyber Risk – We envision a future without cyber risk. Every organization leveraging Arctic Wolf’s Security Operations will reduce the likelihood and impact of a cyber-attack to the point where risk is essentially zero.
What solutions does Arctic Wolf provide its customers?
We offer Security Operations as a Concierge Service. Our Services (delivered by named resources and backed by our internal SOC):
1. MANAGED DETECTION AND RESPONSE: Detect, Respond, and Recover from Advanced Threats
2. MANAGED RISK: Discover, Benchmark, and Harden the Environment Against Vulnerabilities and Misconfigurations
3. MANAGED CLOUD MONITORING: Identify, Monitor, and Simplify the Security of Cloud Infrastructure and Services
What kinds of services does Arctic Wolf offer?
We help organizations end cyber risk by providing security operations as a concierge service. This service is delivered by highly trained security experts who function as an extension of our customers’ teams to provide 24×7 monitoring, detection, response, remediation, and ongoing risk management. We proactively protect organizations while continually strengthening their security posture and mitigate incidents that arise within minutes of them being discovered.
What is the primary reason your organization decided to join the NTC?
We recently added a few members to the team at Arctic Wolf local to Nashville and are excited to support the Nashville network! We recently raised an additional 200M in net new funding to help accelerate our growth and cement our position as the leader in the Managed Detection and Response (MDR) / Security Operations markets. We’re putting a huge focus on supporting Middle Tennessee.
What fun facts would you like to share about Arctic Wolf?
On particularly exciting Zoom meetings we’re known to turn off our cameras and begin to howl.
Thanks Danielle for helping us to learn more about Arctic Wolf!