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LogRhythm and DMX Technologies Partner to Deliver Security Threat Intelligence to the Asia Pacific Region

LogRhythm, The Security Intelligence Company, today announced that it has appointed DMX Technologies Group Limited, a member of the KDDI group, as its strategic systems integrator for the Asian marketplace. Together, LogRhythm and DMX will enable customers in the region to detect and respond to breaches and the most sophisticated cyber threats faster and with greater accuracy than ever before.

"DMX has a strong presence in the Asia Pacific region and an excellent track record in offering high quality solutions that enable enterprise clients to deploy a suite of premier defense and internal security solutions,” said Bill Taylor-Mountford, LogRhythm vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan. “As a leading ICT and SaaS services provider, DMX has the technical competencies to support LogRhythm’s rapid expansion in this region. LogRhythm is committed to a channel sales strategy in Asia and the signing of the agreement with DMX is a significant step in securing its success.”

With its proven business structure that offers total integrated ICT solutions and managed services to a broad range of enterprise clients across Asia, DMX will offer LogRhythm’s award-winning Security Intelligence Platform to customers in the region. The platform delivers the insight needed to detect and respond to breaches and cyber threats; efficiently meet compliance requirements; and proactively respond to operational challenges. The Security Intelligence Platform fully unifies SIEM, log management, network forensics, host forensics and advanced security analytics.

“LogRhythm is a global leader and innovator in security intelligence, one that gives us and our customers an edge in the increasingly complex world of analytics,” said Danny Li, regional business director at DMX. “LogRhythm’s Security Intelligence Platform not only complements our comprehensive suite of offerings, but also puts us in a leading position within the machine analytics and security intelligence marketplace.”

About LogRhythm

LogRhythm is the largest and fastest growing independent security intelligence company in the world. The company’s patented and award-winning Security Intelligence Platform, unifying SIEM, log management, network forensics, host forensics and advanced security analytics, empowers organizations around the globe to detect and respond to breaches and the most sophisticated cyber threats of today, faster and with greater accuracy than ever before. LogRhythm also provides unparalleled compliance automation and assurance as well as IT intelligence to Global 2000 organizations, government agencies and mid-sized businesses worldwide.

LogRhythm has been consistently recognized as a market leader, including being positioned as a Leader in Gartner’s SIEM Magic Quadrant report for three years running, being named a “Champion” in Info-Tech Research Group’s 2014-15 SIEM Vendor Landscape report, being ranked Best-in-Class (No. 1) in DCIG’s 2014-15 SIEM Appliance Buyer’s Guide, and receiving Frost & Sullivan’s SIEM Global Market Penetration Leadership Award. It has also been named a Top Workplace by the Denver Post. LogRhythm is headquartered in Boulder, Colo., with operations throughout North and South America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region.

About DMX Technologies

Established in 1999 and listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Stock Exchange, DMX is a leading Internet network infrastructure and digital media solutions provider in Asia Pacific. Based in Hong Kong, DMX has built an extensive regional network of office in Asia, including Greater China, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, India, Singapore and Vietnam. DMX specializes in providing integrated ICT (Information & Communication Technologies) solutions and services to enable telecom operators, cable TV operators, mobile operators, media corporations and enterprises to deliver enhanced services to their end-users. In September 2009, KDDI (Japan’s second largest telecom operator) took a 51.68% stake in DMX, allowing DMX to leverage on their experience and technological offerings to distinguish itself in the market in the long term.

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