Seasoned sales executive Willem Hendrickx is CRO at Vectra AI. Previously he served as SVP International Sales.
With more than 25 years’ experience in enterprise technology, Willem brings a strong track record of delivering high-value results and developing strategic business partnerships. He will continue to be integral to the Vectra global expansion strategy. Prior to joining Vectra, Willem had a long tenure at EMC / Dell, where he was responsible for global channels and commercial business. He served as President of Europe, Middle East, and Africa at Alcatel-Lucent and as Nokia’s Senior Vice President of Europe, where he was responsible for a business worth over US$4 billion. Willem also held executive positions at Tieto and Riverbed and was the founder of GIG Technology.
Die Strategie der Threat Detection and Response (TDR)-Plattform von Vectra deckt sich gut mit der NDR-Einschätzung von Gartner.
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Many security propositions claim artificial intelligence provides a value boost. The real story is more complicated.
Most marketing messages are a cocktail of sober reality and hyperbole. Of course, the proportions may vary from season to season, from one company to the next, but hype continues to be a perpetual factor in the cybersecurity world. At Vectra, however, we are firm believers in sober reality.
We have never seen a full-on cyber conflict rage across the world’s digital systems, but if the situation in Ukraine leads to such a thing, CIOs and CISOs will find themselves on the front lines. With escalation patterns uncertain and no “rules of the road” governing cyberwar, any organization risks becoming a casualty. Already, CIOs and CISOs are seeing their roles evolve and enlarge. Vectra AI CRO Willem Hendrickx discusses their transformational hour
Every year the world of cybersecurity encounters new challenges and obstacles for organisations to overcome, but 2021 managed to be an exceptionally dangerous year. So how will the lessons learnt from 2021 shape the cybersecurity landscape? Here are four areas of cybersecurity that will evolve in 2022.
Vectra is key contributor to new CEPS Report on the Technology, Governance and Policy Challenges of AI and Cybersecurity and supports Vectra’s mission to make the world a safer and fairer place.
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