Frost & Sullivan Recognizes XM Cyber as the Leader in Global Breach and Attack Simulation Market Excellence in Best Practices

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Each year, global research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan recognizes a variety of companies that truly define and set the model for the concept of Best Practices. Through their Radar™ Report and Best Practices Awards, they call out those companies that have displayed excellence across a variety of categories. In that vein, we are thrilled to announce that we have been granted the Customer Value Leadership Award in recognition of our contributions to the Breach and Attack Simulation Market space and have been listed as a leader in the Frost Radar™ for Breach and Attack Simulation report. 

Here at XM Cyber, we’re always ready to party – and this is definitely a cause for a 2X celebration. Here is a deeper look at both of these recognitions and why they are meaningful to us:

Customer Value Leadership Award in the Breach and Attack Simulation Market 

The Frost & Sullivan Best Practice Awards acknowledge companies that display remarkable achievement and performance across multiple categories including financial performance, growth potential, human capital, brand equity and customer experience, and measure them in terms of impact to the business and customer. This recognition is granted to companies dedicated to ensuring fresh-thinking and growth in everything they do.

In the words of Frost & Sullivan, “XM Cyber’s attack path management platform offers customers a holistic view of its risk exposure across the hybrid environment. It works closely with its customers to continuously release features and capabilities that enable security teams to proactively identify and fix security issues in an efficient and effective way. The company has consistently demonstrated financial and operational excellence, harnessing its superior product and customer support capabilities.” We are honored to have been granted this distinction.

Frost Radar™: Breach and Attack Simulation

The Frost Radar™ Report is an objective evaluation of companies across multiple parameters for innovation and growth. It grades tens to hundreds of companies on two indexes; one for growth and one for innovation. 

For growth, the report measures “a company’s growth performance and track record, along with its ability to develop and execute a fully aligned growth strategy and vision; a robust growth pipeline system; and effective market, competitor, and end-user focused sales and marketing strategies. 

For innovation, it measures “company’s ability to develop products/services/solutions (with a clear understanding of disruptive Mega Trends) that are globally applicable, are able to evolve and expand to serve multiple markets, and are aligned to customers’ changing needs.” 

According to the report, “XM Cyber offers a wide range of use cases including third party risk

management, business risk profiling, and proactive cyber defense….The company’s product development initiatives focus on expanding support for container environments, improving

platform scalability and useability, vulnerability management, and introducing multi-tenant MSSP platform.” 

We are delighted that Frost & Sullivan recognizes our unyielding commitment to excellence in areas of growth and innovation. “This is a huge honor,” says ____ ____. “Frost & Sullivan are true leaders in the market research field and receiving recognition like this from them means a lot to us. We are so grateful to our amazing team for all the advances they have made and it feels fantastic to be acknowledged for these achievements. Our Attack Path Management solution is clearly helping organizations see the threats they have been missing until now, leaving them at great risk and we’d like to thank the team at Frost & Sullivan for this opportunity to showcase it on a wide scale.”



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