WALLIX announces integration to Open XDR platform


WALLIX, (Euronext ALLIX) a European cybersecurity software publisher and expert in Access and Identity Solutions, has announced its integration to the Open XDR platform, established to unite “Cybersecurity Made in Europe” publishers that offer companies federated and efficient cybersecurity solutions. In addition to WALLIX, Open XDR partner publishers include Sekoia, HarfangLab, Pradeo, Glimps, Vade, and Gatewatcher.

Open XDR translates state-of-the art technologies of its partner publishers into a single platform, allowing businesses to streamline their operations by using a unified solution as well as strengthening their cyber defence. Customers also have the capacity to use selected technologies and configurations they require at a reduced cost.

WALLIX’s PAM4ALL solution was instrumental to the company being awarded its “Cybersecurity Made in Europe” this year. The PAM4ALL solution contributes the access and digital identity security component to Open XDR, helping the platform to offer 360° cybersecurity to enterprises, allowing companies to secure all digital access, human or machines, at the right time, and to trace all actions on their IT system.

PAM4ALL offers increased defence by protecting all access according to the principle of least privilege and guarantees regulatory compliance for businesses meeting RGPD, PCI DSS, NIS Directive, and ISO 27001 guidelines.

Profile photo of Jean-Noël de GALZAIN

“Every day, we develop our technologies with the aim of making cybersecurity accessible to as many people as possible, therefore, joining the Open XDR platform is an inherent part of our company’s DNA. WALLIX is committed to building a trusted digital space, where cybersecurity technologies are easy to implement and interoperable to provide comprehensive responses that are tailored to customer needs, while respecting data protection and privacy. This is the vision we share with our Open XDR platform partners to offer a powerful European alternative to customers looking for an EDR/XDR solution,” said Jean-Noel de Galzain, CEO and Founder of WALLIX (pictured right).