Exeon Analytics appoints Michael Tullius as Sales Director Germany
Zurich, 21 June 2022 - Swiss network detection and response (NDR) vendor Exeon Analytics is strengthening its commitment to the German market and has brought Michael Tullius on board as Sales Director Germany, an experienced security expert.
Michael Tullius has extensive experience in the security market, including 11 years in various leadership positions at Arbor, as Security Sales Director of Akamai and at Radware, where he was responsible for the business in the German-speaking region as Managing Director DACH since 2018. He aims to sustainably establish Exeon as a European player with leading technology in Germany and internationally as a cybersecurity market leader.
"I am very pleased about the reinforcement and the additional expertise in the German market," says Exeon CCO Gregor Erismann. "Michael Tullius' many years of experience, his network of contacts and his industry knowledge will be instrumental in helping us further establish Exeon in Germany. The increased demand from customers and partners from Germany and the current geopolitical situation proves that the need for an NDR solution like the one from Exeon is also very high in Germany."
Exeon Analytics is a Swiss cybertech company specialising in protecting IT and OT infrastructures through AI-driven security analytics. The Network Detection and Response (NDR) platform ExeonTrace allows companies to monitor networks, detect cyber threats immediately and thus effectively protect their own company's IT landscape - quickly, reliably and completely software-based.
About Exeon Analytics
Exeon Analytics AG is a Swiss cybertech company specializing in the protection of IT and OT infrastructures through AI-driven security analytics. The Network Detection and Response (NDR) platform ExeonTrace offers companies the ability to monitor networks, detect cyber threats immediately and thus effectively protect their own company's IT landscape - quickly, reliably and completely software-based.
The self-learning algorithms for early detection of cyber attacks were developed at ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich) and are based on more than ten years of academic research. Exeon has received several awards, is internationally active and counts well-known companies such as PostFinance, V-Zug, SWISS International Airlines and the logistics group Planzer among its customers.
Press contact: Gregor Erismann, CCO Exeon Analytics, email@example.com, +41 78 797 05 09